Gauge Description:There is no gauge for the S. Fk. Tye itself, but there is a painted (RC) gauge on the N. Fk. Tye at the confluence. The gauge is on the Rt. 56 bridge over the North Fork Tye at Nash.
NEW: Now there is a USGS gauge downstream on the main Tye at Lovingston. This may help:
Tye River at Lovingston
If the North Fork is running, the South Fork may be worth a look. Use a visual check of the put-in rapids below the Rt. 56 bridge as a barometer of the creek's "runnability."
|TYE RIVER NEAR LOVINGSTON, VA|
|usgs-02027000||900 - 10000 cfs||V||01h03m||42.1 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.
|South Fork of the Tye [VA]||SFT Rapid||n/a||Hill Harman|
|S. Fork Tye River [VA]||Jeff's Jolly, SFT||~2'||Glen Piegari|
|S. Fork Tye [VA]||Creek action, SFT||~2'||Glen Piegari|
|South Fork Tye [VA]||Fodderstep, from upstream||n/a||Gordon Dalton|
|South Fork Tye [VA]||Fodderstep||n/a||Gordon Dalton|
|South Fork Tye [VA]||Typical South Tye||n/a||Gordon Dalton|
|> 10 years||Tye, South Fork [VA]||n/a||Stephen Browning|
|> 10 years||Tye, South Fork [VA]||Fodderstep||n/a||Gordon Dalton|
|> 10 years||S. Fk. Tye [VA]||Limbo-Log, SFT||n/a||Gordon Dalton|