We have no additional information about how various flows affect ability to run or play on this section of river. If you can provide additional information, please either directly contact the StreamTeam member for this reach, or add a 'comment' or a 'report' with your information to help out your fellow boaters.

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
SNAKE RIVER NEAR PINE CITY, MN
usgs-05338500 800 - 3000 cfs I-II 00h56m ~ 6310 cfs (too high)
Gauge (974 sq.mi.drainage) is well downstream. Flow here may be just over 1/4th gauge reading. (Correlation not assured.)
gauge graph
RangeWater LevelDifficultyComment
0 - 800 cfs extremely Low-barely Low I-II gauge is important or has warning Likely too low for whitewater. (Flow likely under 222 cfs.)
800 -1500 cfs barely runnable-med runnable I-II gauge is important or has warning Likely low-boatable. (Likely 222-417 cfs.)
1500 -2000 cfs med runnable-a bit pushy runnable I-II gauge is important or has warning Likely moderate flows. (Perhaps 417-556 cfs.)
2000 -3000 cfs a bit pushy runnable-high runnable I-II gauge is important or has warning Likely high boatable. (Flow likely 556-835 cfs.)

Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.

When River/Gauge Subject Level Reporter
1y218d12h11m @Snake from CR-3 to CR-19 [MN] CR-3 to CR-19. Beginners would love it. 1700 cfs Robert Earl Gillies