Something around 300-400 cfs is about right. Check the USGS Queets gauge and look for flows around 10k or slightly above after moderate rain. At the takeout bridge, check the big rock on upstream river left and look for about a foot of rock showing (and the smaller rock to river right of the big one should be covered). If the big rock is significantly covered the upper canyon may be too high and if most of the rock is high and dry it's probably too low.
|QUEETS RIVER NEAR CLEARWATER, WA|
|usgs-12040500||5000 - 25000 cfs||IV+||01h07m||56400 cfs (too high)|
Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.
|Matheny [WA]||Matheny Creek gauge||n/a||Thomas O'Keefe|
|4y90d05h20m||@Matheny Creek North Fork to FR 21 Bridge (Upper & Middle) [WA]||Packrafting Matheny Creek in the Fall||low runnable level||Kevin Colburn|
|8y60d06h35m||@Matheny Creek North Fork to FR 21 Bridge (Upper & Middle) [WA]||Matheny Creek trip||a good level||Thomas O'Keefe|
|> 10 years||Matheny Creek [WA]||FR 2160-080 Bridge Rapid||med-low||Thomas O'Keefe|
|> 10 years||Matheny Creek [WA]||Put-in on the North Fork||medium||Thomas O'Keefe|