Gauge Description:

Gauge is just upstream of take-out location, thus provides excellent data for this run. Min/Max/optimum levels for this reach unknown to us at present. If you can provide this info, please do so via the "Comments" tab, "Add a Comment" button.

Gauge/flow analysis (based on gauge data 1968-06-25 to 2008-06-24 )
Drainage area at gauge 2,459 sq.mi.
Minimum mean daily flow during gauge period 195 cfs ( 1964.12.23)
90% of time flow exceeds 1,250 cfs
10% of time flow exceeds 6,310 cfs
Maximum mean daily flow during gauge period 152,000 cfs ( 1964.12.23)
10/90 ratio ('flashy-ness')
(under 3 is fairly steady, over 10 is quite 'flashy')

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
usgs-14361500 1000 - 3000 cfs II 06h29m 3170 cfs (too high)
Gauge (Drainage=2,459 sq.mi.) is at the take-out in Grants Pass, thus quite accurately reflects flow in this reach.
gauge graph
RangeWater LevelDifficultyComment
1000 -3000 cfs barely runnable-high runnable II gauge is important or has warning Best boatable levels uncertain. Help us out! Add a comment or 'report'.

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