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Re:Gauge Help 2014/10/18 23:35:08 (permalink)
Checking in from the lighthouse inn. Ready to spank some steel! Looking forward to good flows and I know there's good fish in da criks.
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Re:Gauge Help 2014/10/19 00:52:59 (permalink)
This steelhead fishing is a lot like dog training except you have to be just a little smarter than the fish. I hope this helps. KISS keep it simple stupid.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re:Gauge Help 2015/03/22 08:47:18 (permalink)
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Re:Gauge Help 2015/03/24 08:31:27 (permalink)
So I see there's a red star for "measured height/ discharge" on the gauge now. What exactly does that mean? 

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Re:Gauge Help 2015/03/24 16:50:27 (permalink)
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So I see there's a red star for "measured height/ discharge" on the gauge now. What exactly does that mean? 




With all of the ice and debris coming down the creek, the gauge was disrupted for a couple of days. The red star indicates the reset.  I am thinking it was a manual reset and calibration? maybe?

 

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Re:Gauge Help 2015/03/25 09:04:28 (permalink)
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So I see there's a red star for "measured height/ discharge" on the gauge now. What exactly does that mean? 




With all of the ice and debris coming down the creek, the gauge was disrupted for a couple of days. The red star indicates the reset.  I am thinking it was a manual reset and calibration? maybe?



Thanks, figured it was something like that.

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Re:Gauge Help 2015/03/25 12:27:10 (permalink)
It's not really a reset, it's more like routine maintenance and calibration (if necessary).  The red star means exactly what it says; it is a measured discharge.  USGS staff periodically field measure discharges at all locations to verify accuracy of the gauges.    
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Re:Gauge Help 2015/03/26 10:04:59 (permalink)
Our gauges on eastern lake Ontario tribs have been acting up from ice as well. Things should start flowing soon/now though. Beagler this is a very nice post.
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Re:Gauge Help 2015/03/29 23:00:47 (permalink)
East end creeks - Crystal clear this morning. Finished off at Elk - Water was a little higher than normal, flow was little stronger than I like but had great color. 
 
 
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Re:Gauge Help 2015/04/09 11:16:35 (permalink)
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It's not really a reset, it's more like routine maintenance and calibration (if necessary).  The red star means exactly what it says; it is a measured discharge.  USGS staff periodically field measure discharges at all locations to verify accuracy of the gauges.    


And now we know.  Thanks so much.

 

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Re:Gauge Help 2015/04/09 17:02:58 (permalink)
  I don't really look for a certain number. I look at the trends. You can change the period of time you are seeing on the graph from a day or two, to a month or two. Check out the hi's and lo's, compare this info to the weather and seasons. I prefer to fish after the water level has gone way up bringing in a good run, then came back down to a good level, and cleared to a good clarity ( maybe 2-3 foot visibility for me, suit yourself ). after looking at the long term to determine hi's and lo's, go to a short term graph and compare to the weather and try to make a good guess at when your favorite conditions will occur.   Hope this helps some one out.  screamin' drags to all, Sam
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Re:Gauge Help 2015/08/27 13:12:38 (permalink)
And about time for a bump.
 

 

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Re:Gauge Help 2015/09/19 01:41:12 (permalink)
current flow is 9cfs. Its a pond.

 

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Re:Gauge Help 2015/10/04 15:35:47 (permalink)
Bump. And BTW, the jack dam at the Stop sign hole got taken out by the ice.
 

 

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Re:Gauge Help 2016/09/18 13:28:10 (permalink)
And it's that time of year again.

 

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Re:Gauge Help 2016/09/18 16:51:21 (permalink)
The annual bump of the gauge help thread, you know it's on now. 

Welcome to steelhead 2016, all. 

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Re:Gauge Help 2016/09/19 06:20:10 (permalink)
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The annual bump of the gauge help thread, you know it's on now. 

Welcome to steelhead 2016, all. 
what color stringer you runnin this year fellas, jk here's to tight lines and dodgin Russians 😄

Gill em to kill em then Rope em smoke em
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Re:Gauge Help 2016/09/26 09:55:05 (permalink)
Currently 7.2. Walnut Puddle.
 

 

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Re:Gauge Help 2017/09/06 09:55:06 (permalink)
And here we go. Have a great season everyone. 

 

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Re:Gauge Help 2017/10/15 13:02:04 (permalink)
You can't fix STUPID.!!!!!!!!!!
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Re:Gauge Help 2017/10/15 17:20:21 (permalink)
Huh?

"Come, follow me," Jesus said, "and I will make you fishers of men."
Matthew 4:19
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Re:Gauge Help 2017/10/16 09:06:05 (permalink)
Uh-huh
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Re:Gauge Help 2017/10/16 13:02:56 (permalink)
hmmm

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Re:Gauge Help 2017/10/16 19:16:07 (permalink)
Ha 
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Re:Gauge Help 2017/10/19 10:34:25 (permalink)
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You can't fix STUPID.!!!!!!!!!!




No, but duct tape does muffle the sound a bit.

 

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Re:Gauge Help 2018/09/10 00:25:34 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby old dog 2018/09/10 09:04:47
Sorry, I was a few days late this year. Bump.

 

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Re:Gauge Help 2018/09/10 10:36:28 (permalink)
Welcome to steelhead 2018 everyone. 

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Re:Gauge Help 2019/08/30 22:12:27 (permalink)
Now seven years later...bump.

 

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Re: Gauge Help 2020/09/15 06:35:13 (permalink)
And the yearly bump. Hard to believe the first photo was taken ten years ago.

 

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