There is no gauge for this section, but it tends to be runnable during and after large winter rain storms. Good flows are probably in the 70 to 150 cfs range. Monitor Dreamflows.com to get an idea if other creeks in the area are flowing high. Mill Creek may have a similar flow pattern since it has an adjacent headwaters. If Dinkey Creek above the N. Fork Kings is high, that would also be a good indication that Mill Flat is boatable. As you drive around Pine Flat Reservoir, look at Sycamore Creek and Big Creek. High flows in these creeks mean that Mill Flat Creek will also have high flows. It is probably hard to catch this creek with flows that are too high other than in the middle of a torrential and extended rainstorm.
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