Gauge Description:Colorado Watertalk: 303-831-7135 Division
1, Station 42 (1*42*). N. Fk. at Grant.
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|Low:||150 - 300 cfs|
|Med:||300 - 600 cfs|
|High:||600 cfs and up|
Flows are almost completely artificial, with 90% of the water coming from Dillon Reservoir on the Blue River via the Roberts Tunnel. Because of this Denver's water masters will usually rely on Bailey for water when the naturally flowing streams are dry. So look for off-season flows in April, May, August and September. Mid-Winter flows are also a possibility. If this run is over 600cfs head directly for the put-in ASAP!
|NORTH FORK SOUTH PLATTE RIVER AT BAILEY|
|codwr-PLABAICO0||200 - 600 cfs||IV-V||71d04h10m||~ 91.3 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.
|North Fork of the South Platte [Co]||Super Max (entrance rapid)||480cfs||Brian Adkins|
|North Fork South Platte [CO]||Crux of Supermax||400 cfs||Brian Adkins|
|North Fork of the South Platte [Co]||4th Fall (Four Falls)||n/a||Brian Adkins|
|2y194d13h37m||@South Platte, North Fork 01. Bailey to Pine [CO]||Third Fall||550 cfs||Kaelan Hendrickson|
|> 10 years||South Platte, North Fork [CO]||Tampax||350||Stacey Walker|
|> 10 years||@South Platte, North Fork 01. Bailey to Pine [CO]||Super Max, Lower Half||0 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|
|> 10 years||South Platte, North Fork [CO]||Lower Canyon||345 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|
|> 10 years||South Platte, North Fork [CO]||Third Fall of Four||240cfs||Brian Adkins|