Gauge Description:Minimum level listed above is for a good run with no dragging. Can be run down as low as 1.8 ft but will be very scrapy. Levels of 2-3 feet good for float fishing and inexperienced tandem canoeists. Levels of 3-5 feet considered to be ideal for whitewater paddlers, with many preferring the 3.2 to 4 foot range. Above 5 feet the rapids start to wash out.
|Ouachita River near Mount Ida, AR|
|usgs-07356000||4.00 - 5.00 ft||I-II||00h56m||~ 9.12 ft (too high)|
Gauge (414 sq.mi.drainage) is just 10 miles upstream of this reach, thus should be fairly accurate for flows here.
Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.
|Ouachita [AR]||Big Rock Playspot||n/a||David McDonald|
|Ouachita [AR]||Below Big Rock Rapid||n/a||David McDonald|
|Ouachita [AR]||Wave Action~~~Dragover||1100cfs||Josh Wolverton|
|9y276d16h39m||Ouachita River [AR]||Account of 08/07/09||n/a||Candice Dunn|
|9y360d17h39m||@Ouachita 3) Dragover (2.9 miles) [AR]||Account of 09/19/09||n/a||Roman Ryder|
|> 10 years||Ouachita [AR]||Dragover Trail||n/a||David McDonald|