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2012/08/30 09:50:23 (permalink)

Gauge Help

THESE PICTURES ARE FROM  2010
This is not happening right now.

So what do all of the numbers mean?

This is September 3rd 2010

Gauge Height:3.28

Cubic Feet per second:5.8

Turbidity: .1




And this is September 29 2010  at 1:15PM

The gauge height was: 4.30 feet

The Cubic Feet per Second: 154

Water Turbidity: 27

This is what that looks like:

At the Stop Sign Hole












At the Water Gauge.



At Manchester Hole


There are no magic numbers. Just at some point you have to decide to fish or not. I have seen guys do well in chocolate milk water with a higher cfs than I would be comfortable with.  And I have done well in water conditions like the first picture. 

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Re:Gauge Help 2012/08/30 11:50:33 (permalink)
That's gonna help alot of people...nice post.

I don't always snag fish, but when I do...
I choose Little Cleos

I'm the best looking smartest snagging poacher alive...


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Re:Gauge Help 2012/08/30 11:58:00 (permalink)
Thats the speed I like, high and fast...WF
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Re:Gauge Help 2012/08/30 12:11:03 (permalink)
Thanks for throwing this up again beagler!  I've referenced it several times when trying to help others.  I know what I like, but it's helpful to show others that aren't real familiar with the gauges.  
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Re:Gauge Help 2012/08/30 13:33:01 (permalink)
i'm still confused...
 
What flow is worth coming to fish?
 
i'll be there the 3rd weekend in Sept.
Can you show me what the flows will be like then?



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Re:Gauge Help 2012/08/30 16:15:18 (permalink)
KJH807

i'm still confused...


Anything over 3.28 and circus is in town.  Hope this helpa.
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Re:Gauge Help 2012/08/30 17:00:53 (permalink)
cbeagler

THESE PICTURES ARE FROM  TODAY
This is happening right now.

So what do all of the numbers mean?

This is September 3rd 2010

Gauge Height:3.28

Cubic Feet per second:5.8

Turbidity: .1


 
Fixed....
post edited by bulldog1 - 2012/08/30 17:02:22

Curiosity killed the cat, but for awhile I was a suspect.
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Re:Gauge Help 2012/08/30 17:28:12 (permalink)
KJH807

i'll be there the 3rd weekend in Sept.
Can you show me what the flows will be like then?

 
Sure: here ya go.

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Re:Gauge Help 2012/08/30 21:52:47 (permalink)
Just another example of greedy locals keeping the fish for their own

Don't you know that people coming in from out of the county bring in $2B a month?



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Re:Gauge Help 2012/08/30 22:59:51 (permalink)
must be Romney economics. Giving his speech right now. Had to log on here so I don't throw up on my TV.
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Re:Gauge Help 2012/09/08 13:04:09 (permalink)
Seriously, until the leaves are off the trees do not expect rain to do a lot to sustain creek levels.
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Re:Gauge Help 2012/09/18 18:08:59 (permalink)
Bumping for xfisherbeastmanx whatever
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Re:Gauge Help 2012/09/18 18:19:57 (permalink)
+1 cbeagler
 
I was trying to search for this post as it was mentioned in another. Thank you for the help.
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Re:Gauge Help 2012/09/29 13:28:49 (permalink)
bumped for homeboy50
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Re:Gauge Help 2012/11/01 02:35:49 (permalink)
bumped
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Re:Gauge Help 2012/11/01 08:36:18 (permalink)
I've just learned to direct my reasonings in the right places

 
You have? 
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Re:Gauge Help 2012/11/01 10:52:42 (permalink)
Soooo...whats it like at 5.45
 
Today
45 °F
Rain Showers
80% chance of precipitation


Tonight
39 °F
Rain Showers 60% chance of precipitation


Tomorrow
41 | 39 °F
Rain Showers 60% chance of precipitation


Saturday
43 | 36 °F
Chance of Rain 30% chance of precipitation


Sunday
41 | 34 °F
Partly Cloudy

Monday
43 | 34 °F
Mostly Cloudy

 

 

post edited by Mikastorm - 2012/11/01 10:58:30


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Re:Gauge Help 2012/11/01 11:06:51 (permalink)
can someone point me to a few good rock to stand on... and if i should fish upstream or downstream from each rock



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Re:Gauge Help 2013/09/02 14:26:42 (permalink)
There are two large flat rocks in the stream.  Fish upstream and down.
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Re:Gauge Help 2013/09/03 10:36:33 (permalink)
Never seen this post before, very helpful for beginners beagler!
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Re:Gauge Help 2013/09/05 22:19:53 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby jaybo 2013/09/07 22:40:23
Thanks SJ. Over the years this has been one of the questions I hear asked a lot. There are a lot of guys who are much better steelheaders than I, so I try to let them answer other harder questions. Since I live pretty close to Walnut this kind of my contribution and I try to keep it near the top at this time of year.
  And now there is a tree in the creek.
post edited by cbeagler - 2013/09/22 13:02:22
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Re:Gauge Help 2013/10/07 12:42:18 (permalink)
Time to bump it again.
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Re:Gauge Help 2013/10/07 12:51:47 (permalink)
Dammit beagler, I saw Mika's post but didn't check the date. Heart skipped a beat. 
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Re:Gauge Help 2014/09/15 11:40:39 (permalink)
And another shameless bump to get this to the top again this year.
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Re:Gauge Help 2014/09/28 15:30:59 (permalink)
It currently looks like the first picture as of Sept. 28, 2014.
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Re:Gauge Help 2014/09/28 16:55:57 (permalink)
it's a tradition now, craig.  thanks, craig.
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Re:Gauge Help 2014/09/28 17:39:46 (permalink)
I will second the thanks! It is great to have you providing accurate updates for those interested in the stream fishing!
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Re:Gauge Help 2014/10/07 15:06:05 (permalink)
And a bump.
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Re:Gauge Help 2014/10/15 16:28:06 (permalink)
Thump.
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Re:Gauge Help 2014/10/18 19:43:44 (permalink)
Ba-dump.
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