water wacko's Submission - Entered on 12/11/2010 12:45:00 PM
There is currently no Gauge Data on this stretch. Please Email us if you have details about a realtime gauge for this river.
Minimum Recomended Level: 15000 cfs Maximum Recomended Level: 30000 cfs
DOE gauge https://fortress.wa.gov/ecy/wrx/wrx/flows/station.asp?wria=20#block2
Queets gauge http://waterdata.usgs.gov/wa/nwis/uv/?site_no=12040500&agency_cd=USGS
Hoh Gauge http://waterdata.usgs.gov/wa/nwis/uv/?site_no=12041200&agency_cd=USGS
For the Mosh Pit... Don't have the DOE gauge dialed yet, but...Queets should be at least 20,000 going up and the Hoh should be at least 5,000 going up. Watch out for big trees coming down!!!
Run Description [Season: After Hard OP Rains]
The Soleduck is a large coastal river that holds a good percentage of the OP water.
The Gauge for this river is a City PUD site that is in a nasty format to sift through. So I am just going to leave this gauge as a link. The historical method of tracking this features activity has been to watch the Queets and the Hoh.
When the Queets is running up past 20k in a hurry and the Hoh is climbing up past 10k in a hurry you need to leave seattle. The spot is starting to get good at those levels and only get bigger as the water gets higher.
I don't know much about the run, but I can tell you all about the Mosh Pit.
Come... Step into my office and read about the moshy moshy.