Ran this today with my fiance for an intro to creeking. Gauge reading for this when we were on was 1250 cfs and 3.75 ft. No gauge that I saw at the run. Most of the run was runnable wouldn't get on it much lower. Definitely, a place that can get a little choked with strainers so keep your eyes open. Fun little run.
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USGS gauge near Highway 52, east of Dahlonega. Streamkeeper is hoping to install a visual gauge, probably at Turner's Corner on the Chestatee River, .2 mile beyond Boggs Creek confluence.
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