PG&E has stopped providing flow information for this reach as of October 16, 2013. AW is talking with them to see if flow information can continue.
Historical flow records for this reach are available online from USGS.
Gauge #11404400 only records low flows up to 137 cfs for the minimum releases.
Gauge #11404500 records spill flows and such that are of interest to boaters.
Year 2007 records pdf
Diversion through Poe Powerplant began on May 29, 1958.
NF Feather Schematic pdf diagram of North Fork Feather River Basin
EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Maximum discharge, 105,400 ft³/s, Jan. 1, 1997, gage height, 41.65 ft, from rating curve extended above 32,000 ft³/s, on basis of slope area measurement of peak discharge; minimum daily, 5.4 ft³/s, Sept. 18, 1977.
Gauge #11404900 records flows through the Poe powerhouse which gives some indication of what flows could be during powerhouse or dam maintanence periods if flows go into the river.
|FORK FEATHER RIVER AT PULGA|
|cdec-NFP||400 - 7000 cfs||IV-V||04h36m||338 cfs (too low)|
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