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Difficulty II(III)
Length 0 Miles
Gauge SALMON RIVER AT PINEVILLE NY
Flow Range 1000 - 10000 CFS
Flow Rate as of: 58 minutes ago 1510 [CFS]
Reach Info Last Updated 03/28/2016 9:34 pm

River Description


An easier section than the stretch that goes through Pulaski. The river is usually quite wide with a cobble bottom, giving it a consistant Class 2-2+ with the occasional increase to an easy 3. You'll see less fisherman and houses up here which is nice for beginners and dealing with swimmers.

Expect the water to be chilly, the dam upstream releases from the bottom.

 

Watertown Area Reaches:

Black River (Rt. 3 Wave)       Black River (Watertown to Brownville)      

Black Creek                            Deer River (Section 1)      

Deer River (Section 2)           Roaring Brook (Brokeback Gorge)   

Salmon River (Section 1)      Salmon River (Section 2)      

Sandy Creek                            South Sandy Creek (Section 1)      

South Sandy Creek (Section 2)             Mad River     

Mill Creek                                  Negro Brook

 

Syracuse Area Runs:

Butternut Creek                                              Chittenango Creek (Cazenovia)

Chittenango Creek (Chittenango)               Fish Creek E. Branch (Taberg)

Limestone Creek (Edwards Falls)              Oriskany Creek (Oriskany Falls)

Oriskany Creek (Clinton)                             Owasco River (Outlet)

Salmon River (Section 1)                             Salmon River (Section 2)   

 

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SALMON RIVER AT PINEVILLE NY
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1510 cfs 00h57m
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Moose River Video

2011-01-18 00:00:00-05
Mark Singleton

2010 marked the 25th anniversary of protecting the Black and Moose rivers!  View an online video documentary on the Moose River and the early role that American Whitewater played in protecting this amazing river.

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Alex Barham