A fine float trip from below the Hinckley Dam to the confluence with the Kettle River (with another 1.6 miles paddle-out on that to the public landing on Hwy.48). There appear to be numerous areas of shoals which should create fine riffles and rips, perhaps waves and even legitimate rapids at good flows.
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At our listed put-in, drainage area is about 77 square miles (as calculated by USGS StreamStats 4.0 Beta Software). Just before the confluence with the Kettle River drainage has increased to about 87 square miles.
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