Californian Bodies of Water

Can you name these large bays, lakes, and channels located within, partly within, or off the coast of the state of California?
Includes some artificial lakes
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Last updated: November 25, 2019
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Body of Water
Where the Sacramento River meets the sea
San Francisco Bay
Lake between Nevada and California
Lake Tahoe
Channel between mainland and northern Channel Islands
Santa Barbara Channel
Lake known for swimming flies and Tufa formations
Mono Lake
Large Bay south of Santa Cruz known for a submarine canyon
Monterey Bay
Lake below sea level with abandoned resorts
Salton Sea
Largest reservoir in California
Lake Shasta
Bay along San Andreas Fault East of Point Reyes
Tomales Bay
Body of Water
Lake in crater of super-volcano near Napa Valley
Clear Lake
Bringing water from Eastern Sierras to Southern California
Los Angeles Aqueduct
Former lake dried by above
Owens Lake
Manmade lake on Colorado River
Lake Havasu
Intermittent Lake shared with Oregon
Goose Lake
Largest West Coast Naval Base is located here
San Diego Bay
Mostly-drained lake near Japanese Internment Camp and Modoc War
Tule Lake
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