Put in and take-out have been changed in location/maps to reflect true put-in and take-out per earlier comment.
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Not sure who did the put-in and take-out for the map, but it's no where near Little Seneca. The put in is just off of 117 or if you wanna skip the slow flat water, it's off of Hoyles Mill Rd. The take out will then be off of Schaeffer Rd (unless you plan on going farther). If you're unsure of where any of this is, google Little Seneca creek in Boyds. You can easily figure out from there.
A reading of about 400 cfs on Seneca Creek at Dawsonville is normally enough (because 20% of that water will come from Little Seneca); however, during droughts, if you see the Seneca Creek reading jump, for example, from 20 cfs to 100 cfs, and there has been no rain, it means you have about the minimal runnable level of 80 cfs from the release from Little Seneca Lake.
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