A person from SBS has
indicated that 30 cubic feet per second or 2.33 ft. on the Ridgeville
gauge could be considered a lower bound of fun paddling on the
upper stretches of the river. At
this level you may have to pull accross a sand bar or two.
This person keeps track
of the river by looking at a tree outside of his location. We
are working on getting that translated into gauging station information.
Another kayaker said
that even at 2.63 ft on the Ridgeville gauge the river is pretty
slow and sluggish, and canoes would probably require some pulling.