We have no additional information about how various flows affect ability to run or play on this section of river. If you can provide additional information, please either directly contact the StreamTeam member for this reach, or add a 'comment' or a 'report' with your information to help out your fellow boaters.

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
SAUK RIVER NEAR SAUK, WA
usgs-12189500 4000 - 30000 cfs II 01h05m 6140 cfs (running)
gauge class Too low for larger rafts, but ok for kayaks and small rafts that can maneuver through exposed rocks.

gauge graph
RangeWater LevelDifficultyComment
4000 -7000 cfs barely runnable-perfect runnable II gauge is important or has warning Too low for larger rafts, but ok for kayaks and small rafts that can maneuver through exposed rocks.
7000 -12000 cfs med runnable-a bit pushy runnable II gauge is important or has warning Optimum levels for average boaters
12000 -30000 cfs a bit pushy runnable-high runnable II-IV gauge is important or has warning Too high for most boaters.

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