months, stage and discharge may be affected by ice in the
channel. Data values reported on these pages may be
significantly higher or lower than the actual streamflow.
Adjustments to the data will be done after detailed analyses.
Ice affected values identified on graphs (•) may be viewed by choosing the table
output format. If you have questions about these values,
please contact the
Idaho Water Data Maintainer.
LOCATION.--Lat 44° 57'42", long 115° 30'00"
(NAD83), in NE1/4 sec.29, T.19 N., R.8 E., Valley County, Yellow Pine
quad., Hydrologic Unit 17060208, Boise National Forest, on right bank
700 ft upstream from mouth, and 0.2 mi southwest of Yellow Pine.
DRAINAGE AREA.--218 mi2. Mean elevation, 7,170 ft.
GAGE.--Water-stage gage. Datum of gage is 4,655.75 ft above NGVD
of 1929. Prior to July 19, 1977, at site 385 ft upstream at datum
1.95 ft higher.
REMARKS.--Small diversion from Johnson Creek to Deadwood River
until September 20, 1988.
EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Maximum discharge, 6,250
ft3/s May 21, 2008, gage height, 8.17 ft; maximum gage
height, 8.32 ft, June 17, 1974; minimum discharge, 21
ft3/s Nov. 30, 1954, Nov. 20, 1979, Nov. 18, 1988; minimum
gage height, 0.66 ft, Nov. 30, 1954, site and datum then in use.