The upper half is best at the higher range of flows and even above 600 cfs. The lower canyon section is typically run at the lower end of the range of flows. The run is done at higher and lower flows all the time, but these flows are best for a first time down.
|MF NOOKSACK RIVER NEAR DEMING, WA|
|usgs-12208000||350 - 700 cfs||V||00h28m||186 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.
|Nooksack, Middle Fork [WA]||n/a||Hale Hanaway|
|Middle Fork of the Nooksack [WA]||Log after Super Boof||400 cfs||Keith A. Robinson|
|Middle Fork Nooksack [WA]||Icebox Paradise||n/a||Thomas O'Keefe|
|1y5d13h07m||/Nooksack, Middle Fork-Clearwater Creek to Heisters Creek [WA]||Engineered log jam locations downstream of Mosquito Lake Road bridge||n/a||Lummi Restoration|
|> 10 years||Middle fork Nooksack [wa]||Rapid just below Island drop.||825 cfs||Chris Tretwold|
|> 10 years||@Nooksack, Middle Fork Clearwater Creek to Heisters Creek [WA]||Middle Fork Nooksack @4500 cfs||4500 cfs||Justin Ashworth|
|> 10 years||/Nooksack, Middle Fork-Clearwater Creek to Heisters Creek [WA]||Middle Fork Nooksack @4500 cfs||4500 cfs||Justin Ashworth|