There is no gauge on Little Sulpher Creek so you must visually decide if the flow is right by looking at the creek. The online gauge is on Big Sulphur Creek and is upstream of the confluence with Little Sulphur Creek. Flows in Big Sulphur should always be quite a bit higher than flows in Little Sulphur. Both Creeks should respond similarly to rain, but their exact relationship could vary a lot from storm to storm. Reportedly, neither creek stays at runnable flows for very long after rain stops. Boof.com
Ben (fiddleyak at Boof.com) writes:
There is no gauge or good landmark, the putin is at a bridge, so the water does flow next to a flat cement wall.
I'm going to consider running it when the geysers gauge is at around 800-1000 and DROPPING. However, if this creek was too low, it would be awful.
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