We ran this section on 9-20-03..with the cabins gauge at 6.7..Atthis level it was a continuous rapid with wave trains up to 3 feet and very few eddies..we did the first 4 miles in about 20 minutes..
Do you think the minimum level should be Qite a bit lower than 6.1?
Rough correlations between Cabins gauge in feet vs cfs:
5.0' = ~370 cfs, 5.1' = ~425 cfs, 5.2' =~480 cfs, 5.3' =~550 cfs, 5.5' =~654 cfs, 6.0' = ~1130
cfs, 6.5' = ~1,620 cfs, 7.0' = ~2,370 cfs, 7.5' = ~3,110 cfs, 8.0' = ~4,070 cfs
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