The flow is regulated somewhat by Lost Creek Reservoir upstream. High water occurs during winter rains when flows are typically 4000-8000 cfs. Summer flows are typically around 2000 cfs.
Very high flows can occur and are run. Neil Nikirk reports, "I ran it years ago on a self-bailer demo trip at around 20,000 and the Oregon Club (NWRA) used to run it at Thanksgiving up to around 30,000. To tell the truth, a lot of things wash out, but there are some big hydraulics, particularly left side at Rainie... Blossom is big, but wide open. The VW rock is a big compression wave..."
|ROGUE RIVER NEAR AGNESS, OR|
|usgs-14372300||1200 - 30000 cfs||II-III(IV)||01h58m||2100 cfs (running)|
|Rogue5. Grave Creek (Galice) to Foster Bar (Agness) (34 miles) [ ]||Floating the Rogue||n/a||wreeves|
|334d06h26m||/Rogue-2. Grave Creek (Galice) to Foster Bar (Agness) [OR]||AW Rogue Trip||2900 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|
|3y165d17h30m||/Rogue-2. Grave Creek (Galice) to Foster Bar (Agness) [OR]||Kelsey Creek Camp||n/a||Zachary Collier|
|5y215d05h26m||@Rogue 5. Grave Creek (Galice) to Foster Bar (Agness) [OR]||Rogue, Blossom Bar||1300 cfs||Paul Martzen|
|8y213d05h26m||Rogue [OR]||Blossom Bar||1450 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|
|8y214d05h26m||Rogue [OR]||Horseshoe Bend||1450 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|
|8y216d05h26m||Rogue [OR]||Rogue River trip||1350 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|
|8y240d05h26m||Rogue [OR]||Grave Creek boat ramp||n/a||Thomas O'Keefe|
|> 10 years||Rogue [OR]||Rainie Falls, Rogue||3500 cfs||Brad Roberts|
|> 10 years||Rogue [OR]||Blossom Bar||n/a||Thomas O'Keefe|