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Old 05-25-2016  
 
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Actual foxton flow? Bailey?

What is the actual flow for Foxton and Bailey when it is from runoff, not the tunnel? I see the flow for Deckers and a big bump at Waterton. Is Foxton the difference, or 500-600? AW has foxton at a much lower amount like 100 or 200 but that doesn't seem right given the jump for Waterton

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Old 05-25-2016  
 
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There's been some discussion of this in the past, but as I recall, add about 75 to 150 cfs to the Bailey gage for Foxton flow in the spring and add about 25 - 50 cfs to the Bailey gage for Foxton flow in the summer/fall.

Based on that metric, there's probably about 250 or so in Foxton right now, which is a scrapey bare min.
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