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Old 07-08-2011, 06:54 PM
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Can anyone recommend a good web site for monitoring water flow and levels on the Snake at Jackson Hole?
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Just find the one your looking for.
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Your very welcome.
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I prefer this site myself Bureau of Reclamation, Pacific Northwest Region Hydromet Program
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You would!

Seems just a few weeks ago we were talking about how far down Palisades was, now it's @ 90+ capacity and over 23,000 CFS. WOW!
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Yeah!! Palisades is 93% and Jackson Lake is 97%. They may be letting some more out of Jackson Lake soon. About 3000 cfs more flowing in than out right now. Just as the river starts it's slow drop it looks like it will go up again.
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Thanks Davo. The above is/was a totally new one to me ... another hour shot to heck.
Your welcome Fred. Thats the page I check regularly for my guide trips. Just click the red dots for the sections you will float to see how the flows have changed. You can also scroll down and click the water year graph link to see this year compared to last year and the 10yr average. Very helpful when tracking runoff and flow fluctuations!!
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