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(Note: The Flow at the Sattler Gage should match the
Outlet Works Release Rate when the gages are
working properly. If there is a difference between the two readings, then either one of the gages is not working
properly or recent rainfall runoff has increased the river flow at the Sattler Gage.
The Sattler Gage is located immediately below the Release Gate at Canyon Lake Dam.)
a detailed listing of River Flows and River Levels provide by the USGS (United
States Geological Survey)
at various Gages along the entire length of the Guadalupe River, Click this Link and scroll down to the Guadalupe River Basin.
River Levels are controlled by
the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers operating out of Fort Worth, Texas and
also by the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority (G.B.R.A), operating out of Sequin, Texas. Water is released from the
Canyon Lake Dam and is measured in "Cubic Feet Per Second" or CFS. Refer to the following chart below to
determine the current river conditions measured in "cfs" in the River Levels Box above.
*** Below 100 cfs... ***
(River Levels below 100 cfs are "Low & Slow" - add extra time to your float trip)
100 - 499 cfs = Recreational
500 - 799 cfs = Challenging
800 - 1199 cfs = Strenuous
** Caution is Advised **
1200 cfs and above = NO RIVER TUBING
(Considered Too Dangerous for Tubing)
Information on: River Levels, River
Flow Rates, River Conditions, River Release Rates, Canyon Lake Levels,
Daily Guadalupe River Updates, and a River Conditions Chart for gauging River safety and various levels of difficulty for Tubing.
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