We ran this May 20, 2018 at ~270cfs. There was sufficient water to float the whole way to the Monocacy. Stream-wide strainers were easy to avoid and portage around. Note: there is a low-head dam on this run as you approach the Monocacy. Portage on the left.
Minimum suggested by Steve Ettinger.
Permits are not required for this reach.
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~275 cfs at put in
Put In at Dixon Road
Dixon Road Put In
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