Gauge Description:This generally runs in March or after a very hard rain onto damp ground.
The SB Rockaway Creek gauge should be 50 cfs and rising.
If it is over 200 and going straight up then you're in for treat.
Secondary Gauge: South Br. Raritan River at High Bridge (USGS # 01396500) should be at 7.6'/460cfs and rising straight up.
On site gauge: River right bridge abutment, upstream side, on Rt. 523 just South of Rt. 78. It should be at 3.8'
|South B Rockaway Creek at Whitehouse Station NJ|
|usgs-01399670||50 - 800 cfs||II-IV||00h34m||6.74 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.
|Rockaway Creek @Mountainville to McCrea Mills [NJ]||Account of 08/07/19||n/a||Stephen Strange|
|Rockaway Creek [NJ]||Rockaway Creek Guide Map||n/a||Stephen Strange|
|Rockaway Creek [NJ]||Rock-Rock-Rockaway Creek!||n/a||Matt Muir|
|> 10 years||Rockaway Creek [NJ]||Broken Damn||5.0' 300cfs||Mike Stawicki|
|> 10 years||Rockaway Creek [NJ]||Ledges on Rockaway Creek||3.8'||Stephen Strange|
|> 10 years||Rockaway Creek [NJ]||Rockaway Creek Ledges||3.8'||Stephen Strange|