Gauge Description:

Check levels from Six Mile Bridge and look for about 600 cfs. Historically there was a USGS gauge on this river (stn. 1205300 , 1931-1968, 93.5 sq. mi.) but it is no longer active. You can get an idea of flows by looking at nearby realtime gauges  (Elwha, Dungeness, Duckabush). The run is best on snow melt but runs  after a good rain and holds its water for a few days. Look for the Duckabush to be at 750 cfs on winter rains or at 400 cfs during snowmelt for a nice medium-low level. 


Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
DOSEWALLIPS RIVER NEAR BRINNON 1N
hads-DWRW1 12.00 - 14.00 ft II-III 7y310d03h48m 10.57 ft (too low)

gauge graph
RangeWater LevelDifficultyComment
12.00 -14.00 ft barely runnable-high runnable II-III gauge is important or has warning Korb recommends 750cfs but range on this gauge is unknown. Post a comment if you have knowledge.
DUCKABUSH RIVER NEAR BRINNON, WA
usgs-12054000 1.80 - 5.50 ft II-III 00h33m 0.44 ft (too low)

gauge graph
RangeWater LevelDifficultyComment
1.80 -5.50 ft barely runnable-high runnable II-III gauge is important or has warning
BIG QUILCENE RIVER BELOW DIVERSION NR QUILCENE, WA
usgs-12052210 180 - 2000 cfs II-III 00h48m 43.2 cfs (too low)

gauge graph
RangeWater LevelDifficultyComment
180 -2000 cfs barely runnable-high runnable II-III gauge is important or has warning

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