Wellsville is just the gauge they use during the winter because many are turned off, and its basically halfway down the "headwaters". Rob said they will release (I'm assuming from Twin Lakes, yes above Numbers) 200 cfs in the morning and another 200 cfs in the afternoon on the 24th, then the same process on the 25th, which with native flow should put approximately 1000 cfs in the Numbers and Silver Bullet with 1100+ in Browns and 12-1300 in the Gorge. They plan to continue this flow through the day on the 26th and start ramping down in 200 cfs increments on the 27th ultimately stopping somewhere around 500 CFS at Wellsville on the 28th which is target winter flow for awhile.
Rob did say he could use a few test boaters to go along with his staff, but didn't specify how many or how to contact him. I will inquire about that this evening.
Nice little Thanksgiving treat!
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