Updated boatable range based on rough correlation to Hillabahatchee Creek in Georgia.
If you happen to have a visual on the creek, please let me know a date and time of your sighting and some indication as to whether it was low, medium or high.
The gauge info of this run is not even close to accurate. I have walked this entire run up the creek bed at the reccomended minimum. I will post the photos I took at a later date. The photos were taken @ 2.5 ft. A paddler that has made this run more than once says that if at least 1 inch of water is not pouring over the low water bridge this run is not recommended. He also said that if 3-4 inches of water is running over the low water bridge then the run is good to go.
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