At the end of last summer I placed a wooden guage on the right side of the small bridge at the put. I hope this helps everyone out now that they can get an accurate reading of the water level.
Also, it seems that there are people who would not like us paddling this micro, because someone keeps cutting down trees to block the stream. I have already removed one bad strainer and will probally have to remove this new one. There is also a new low land dam that someone has constructed not far from the put in. So far this has not changed much but we will see.
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