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Mt Creek - Gagetown Island, Gagetown

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North Renous River

Water Levels

River Reports

0.68 metres
(Catamaran Brook Guage)

riveraddict says, "The water was too low and we spent Sat morning hopping in and out of boats and one long walk through a wide section. From the washed out bridge at Moran Lake Road to the bridge over the 108 there was enough water but BONY."

1.59 metres
(Lyttleton Guage)

OtterNB says, "We ran the North Renous from the lake down to the Plaster-Rock Renous Highway. The water was too low, but the trip was still well worth the effort. We covered a bit more than 40 kms, with one overnighter. From the lake the first km or two are lots of fun with good rapids, but after that it slows down until the Sheppard rapid. Beautiful scenery, very few people, lots of wildlife.

1.95 metres
(Blackville Guage)

Aaron says, "North Renous was MUCH higher which made it better for a lot of sections but that drop out of the lake filled our boats and was awesome at the same time."

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Real-Time Levels

For real-time water levels go to the Catamaran Brook Guage (01BP002) on the Government of Canada website.

Catamaran Brook Guage 2023

For real-time water levels go to the Little Southwest Miramichi River at Lyttleton Guage (01BP001) on the Government of Canada website.

Little Southwest Miramichi River at Lyttleton Guage 2023

For real-time water levels go to the Blackville Guage (01BO001) on the Government of Canada website.

Blackville Guage 2023

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