It might be better to estimate this flow from the Snake Creek gauge, which is nearer. Even the Dog gauge is closer than the Nickajack guage.
I have not run Whooping Creek, but I have hiked the length of it from the bottom end. With plenty of water, it should be a good run. Access is the main issue.
"Requires an ungodly amount of water" according to Will Reeves, "everything else should be at flood".
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