PG&E is required to maintain a minimum of 500 cfs below the Pit 1 powerhouse at all times, though a short term deviation of -10% is allowed. Actual flows will usually be slightly higher to stay above the minimum. Typical combined outflow from the powerhouse and upstream river is around 2,000 cfs.
USGS has a pdf showing all the dams, diversions, powerhouses and gauges in the Pit and McCloud River Basins.
|PIT R BL PIT NO 1 PH NR FALL RIVER MILLS CA|
|usgs-11355010||600 - 5000 cfs||II||00h20m||~ 5520 cfs (too high)|
Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.
|Pit [CA]||Left Run Pit Falls||n/a||Dave Steindorf|
|Pit [CA]||Pit 1 class II run||n/a||n/a|
|2y165d18h47m||/Pit-Fall River Mills Bridge to Route 299 Bridge [CA]||Pit River Trip||960 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|
|7y201d10h18m||@Pit (3) Pit River Campground to Highway 299 [CA]||Photos from Oct. 1, 2011||850 cfs||Paul Martzen|