Update: 11/18/15

Klickitat discharge peaked shortly after 2 AM this morning at ~3010 cubic ft/sec.  That means we had the highest level ever recorded on 11/18/xx (last 90 years of record)..  The previous year of record high was set in 1933 with discharge reaching ~2720 cubic ft/sec.

The water is muddy, maybe 3″ vis at best.  This was enough water to move some substrate around.  Most of the fall chinook had already spawned so we probably had some redd damage, good or bad depending on your viewpoint regarding fall chinook, coho too, establishing natural(ized) populations in the Klickitat.

Here is a pic taken at the town boat landing (same spot as many previous pics).


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