This should roughly correlate to about 9 inches on the Rt. 55 bridge gauge.
This level should be suitable for the 9 miles above Rt. 55. As the river approaches the forest boundary, the difficulty increases to Class III, but you need more water as you lose some important tributaries like Paddy Run that contribute flow.
Permits are not required for this reach.
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