The gauge listed is on Clear Creek right near the confluence of Little Clear Creek. Generally, this creek will run for 24 hours after a decent rain event of 1" or more.
Attention: There is a new stick gauge at the put-in to check the level before you put-on. It's located upstream of the Hwy 62 bridge on river left and is mounted on the downstream side of a rock. You can see it from the middle of the bridge by looking down or by walking down to the river left bank. 1.7ft is about as low as most want to go and 2.7ft is starting to get big...especially the hole at the bottom of the 3rd drop of Triple Drop. Around 2ft to 2.1ft is just about perfect. Post your levels and thoughts so we can better get it dialed in.
You do not want to get on this stream when it is too high.
|CLEAR CREEK AT LILLY BRIDGE NEAR LANCING, TN|
|usgs-03539778||1200 - 4000 cfs||III-IV+||00h29m||~ 48.9 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.
|Little Clear Creek @Hwy 62 to Lily [TN]||Account of 02/06/19||n/a||Matt Jackson|
|Little Clear Creek [TN]||boofalicious from the bottom.||n/a||Kirk Eddlemon|
|239d06h58m||/Little Clear Creek-Hwy 62 to Lily [TN]||Triple Drop||0 cfs||Matt Jackson|
|> 10 years||Little Clear Creek [TN]||Oh Yeah!||1.8ft||Brandon Hughett|
|> 10 years||Little Clear Creek [TN]||Adam Running Triple Drop||n/a||Brandon Hughett|
|> 10 years||Little Clear Creek [TN]||Andrew Snieder on Triple Drop||1500||James Locke|
|> 10 years||Little Clear Creek [TN]||Ducky 1st decent 2||1500||James Locke|