This weekend I painted a gage on Upper Johnnies Creek. The gage is on the downstream river right wall of the culvert on Hwy 176. Best seen from river left. The step in the culvert is 0
We did this when Johnnies was -2", I'd consider this to be a bare minimum. Remember, the gauge on Johnnies is marked in 2 inch increments! I'd suggest a +2" would be a good low. So, when Johnnies is getting high, this would be a great alternate run!
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