A gage existed on the Suiattle for a time but has since been defunded. Since it is a tributary to the Sauk you can get an idea of what the flows are by checking the Sauk at Sauk gauge downstream of the confluence. Although the Suiattle represents approximately 40% of the flows on this gauge, the relationship changes over the course of the water year. Because the Suiattle is fed by glacier melt in late summer it will contribute a greater percentage of the flow to the Sauk during the summer months and somewhat less through the winter and early spring. You can estimate this relative contribution by also checking the Sauk above Whitechuck gauge which is upstream of the confluence with the Suiattle.
|SUIATTLE RIVER ABOVE ALL CREEK NR DARRINGTON, WA|
|usgs-12188380||1400 - 3000 cfs||II-III||2y238d01h02m||394 cfs (too low)|
Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.
|4y203d22h32m||@Suiattle 2. Rat Trap (FR 25) Bridge to Sauk River [WA]||Suiattle River||0 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|
|5y144d22h32m||@Suiattle 2. Rat Trap (FR 25) Bridge to Sauk River [WA]||Suiattle River Access||1510 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|
|5y225d01h32m||@Suiattle 2. Rat Trap (FR 25) Bridge to Sauk River [WA]||Suiattle River||1500 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|
|> 10 years||@Suiattle 2. Rat Trap (FR 25) Bridge to Sauk River [WA]||Boundary Bridge||0 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|