Using USGS StreamStats v4.3.11, drainage area at put-in is 40.6 square miles.
By the take-out, it has increased to 52.8 square miles. (About a 30% increase.)
This being a very small creek could be choked with logs so check from some of the bridges in town. I think we were forced out 3 or so times on our trip. IF it were clean, and water was high it would be a fun little creek with a constant gradient.
*Gauge listed is Prairie River, 30 miles northeast. Correlation is not assured.
Minimum is a guess, not yet confirmed, and correlates to 350cfs in the Prairie.
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