Gauge Description:

The guage is located well downstream on the Main Moose. Pushing the lower limits of the run risks finding the South Branch lower than expected.  See the Flow tab for more information.

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
MOOSE RIVER AT MCKEEVER NY
usgs-04254500 3.00 - 6.00 ft II-IV 00h32m 3.82 ft (running)
gauge class As per Squires
Located well downstream. Be wary if the gauge is dropping at lower levels for the run and there hasn't been recent rain or snow melt.
gauge graph
RangeWater LevelDifficultyComment
0.00 -2.90 ft extremely Low-barely Low II-IV gauge is important or has warning
3.00 -3.50 ft barely runnable-med runnable II-IV gauge is important or has warning As per Squires.
3.60 -4.00 ft med runnable-a bit pushy runnable II-IV gauge is important or has warning As per Squires
4.00 -6.00 ft a bit pushy runnable-high runnable II-IV gauge is important or has warning Estimated.

Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.

When River/Gauge Subject Level Reporter
5y163d00h57m @Moose, S. Branch Rock Dam to McKeever [NY] Sign-in Waiver n/a Matt Pascal
5y174d06h00m @Moose, S. Branch Rock Dam to McKeever [NY] Limekiln Falls 6.50 ft Matt Pascal
5y174d08h00m @Moose, S. Branch Rock Dam to McKeever [NY] Well-marked 0 cfs Matt Pascal
5y174d10h00m @Moose, S. Branch Rock Dam to McKeever [NY] Moose River Plains Bridge (put-in) 6.50 ft Matt Pascal
> 10 years @Moose, S. Branch Rock Dam to McKeever rock dam n/a n/a
> 10 years [NY] Account of 09/08/09 n/a n/a