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dave777
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dave777
   Old Thread  #3 15 Oct 2023 at 11.36am  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1
The Gov.uk one is what Iíve used. It gives one of 4 ratings on each stretch.
Ie No warning, increasing etc
Victory
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Victory
   Old Thread  #2 14 Oct 2023 at 11.06am    Login    Register
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It will depend on the strech and swim and also what debre is in the water so until you fish and get a feel for it it's difficult to give an answer.
On the strech I fish over 30mcubed and I struggle to fish effectively.
Tom_Hawk
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Tom_Hawk
   Old Thread  #1 12 Oct 2023 at 9.36pm    Login    Register
Quick question for those who fish the rivers frequently, I am searching for websites giving the latest flow readings and come across one that calculates flow levels based on m3 per second. Can anyone advise what level or rather flow number is typically classed as fast and deems fishing difficult? example the flow right now for Kingston bridge is 18 m3 per second but it winter is read over 300 m3 per second.

https://richmondcanoeclub.com/members/flow/kingston/

If anyone has any other websites that they can recommend would appreciate it. Trying to check the flow before heading down and we have had rain the past few days.

Cheers
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