Gauge Description:

David McClanahan shared:
There is now a USGS gauge near Tecumseh. Even being spring fed the stretch above Hammond Camp is not floatable at 2.30 on the Tecumseh gauge and the stretch between Hammond and Patrick requires carefully selecting a channel to keep from bottoming out in several of the rapids at that level.

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
North Fork River near Tecumseh, MO
usgs-07057500 350 - 10000 cfs I 01h02m 632 cfs (running)
gauge class The bottom range of runnability is not well known. If you run it, please help by adding a comment, telling what the level was and whether or not it was a good
Gauge (561 sq.mi.drainage) is near the end of this long reach. Flow in the early going will obviously be much less.
gauge graph
RangeWater LevelDifficultyComment
350 -10000 cfs barely runnable-high runnable I gauge is important or has warning The bottom range of runnability is not well known. If you run it, please help by adding a comment, telling what the level was and whether or not it was a good

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