No currently known gauge for this reach. Boaters will no doubt prefer a fairly narrow range of levels here, due to the steep gradient and continous nature of the run.
The sign upon the flood control dam (which serves as the end of the run) says the drainage area at that point is 26.7 square miles. That small a drainage area, combined with the steep gradient, implies you can count on runoff being very quick.
Permits are not required for this reach.
We have no additional detail on this route.
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