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Difficulty II-III(IV)
Length 6.5 Miles
Gauge MILLERS RIVER AT ERVING, MA
Flow Range 3.40 - 5.44 FT
Flow Rate as of: 36 minutes ago 2.17 [FT] ℹ️
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Reach Info Last Updated 05/23/2018 7:08 pm

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Mark Nawrocki
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6 years ago

Boated the Millers June 8 Saturday after a heavy rain. Fife Brook was at 2500+ and so this was a good option. 4.4 on gauge. class 2-3 run with the funnel being a series of big waves. no strainers. nice day. good water. great weather.

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7 years ago

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Nicholas Gottlieb
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12 years ago

I think this river is a class III-IV run with the Funnel being the only class IV drop.

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45th Annual River Rat Race (Saturday)

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Alternate gage: Millers River (S. Royalston) USGS

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Deerfield River (MA) Flow Studies to Explore New & Improved Boating Opportunity

12/6/2015
Robert Nasdor

In response to requests by American Whitewater, several affiliates, and other stakeholders, FERC directed Brookfield Renewable to study the impact of its hydropower operations on whitewater boating on the Deerfield River in western Massachusetts. Boating groups and our supporters are seeking to determine optimal whitewater boating flows from the Fife Brook Dam and whether changes in hydropower operations would enhance boating opportunities, access and navigation.

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AW Responds To Connecticut River Boating Study (MA)

11/18/2015
Robert Nasdor

American Whitewater, along with other paddling groups and outfitters, filed comments with FERC responding to the Whitewater Boating Evaluation at Turners Falls on the Connecticut River. The study showed that there is strong demand for boating on this section of the Connecticut River if sufficient flows, scheduled releases, better access, and real-time information are provided. The groups filed the comments in order to provide additional information for the environmental review and to respond to the unsupported statements by FirstLight, the utility performing the study, claiming that there is little demand for boating at Turners Falls.

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Bellows Falls (VT) Flow Study Reveals Hidden Whitewater

6/2/2015
Robert Nasdor

A hardy group of northeast boaters climbed into the natural river channel below a hydropower dam to participate in a flow study designed to assess whether whitewater flows should be restored to this dewatered river reach on the Connecticut River. While significant obstacles remain, this site has the potential for providing instruction, playboating, and a big water feature that that could be run throughout much of the year and provide a much needed boost to the local economy. 

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Revisions

Revision #Revision DateAuthorComment
1190489 01/05/05 Jim Michaud n/a
1201945 04/07/13 Jeff Paine Proper naming
1195561 06/25/09 Skip Morris
1202948 12/23/13 Glenn stewart
1209702 05/23/18 Alex Barham Name Changed