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Texas Parks and Wildlife Online Boater Education Course
USGS Brazos River Gauge near Palo Pinto

[Note: The Brazos River Authority often releases water from Possum Kingdom Dam late at night, with levels starting to drop by dawn and slowly dropping throughout the day. When camping on the Brazos, keep in mind that the river may rise several feet at night. When the flow is less than 100 CFS (cubic feet per second) the river will be quite shallow in areas that normally have small rapids or gravel bars. The 6 mile section between Worth Ranch and Hwy 4 will have two spots where you will have to walk your boat through a short shallow area at low water. The 14 mile section above Worth Ranch has at least 5 shallow spots between the long pools at low water.]
USGS Texas Streamflow Conditions by Major River Basin
TPWD Texas River Guide
TPWD Texas River Guide- Table of Contents [very useful - includes illustrated guides for canoeing. From Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept.]
Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District Lake Basin Reports
Lower Colorado River Authority Lake and River Data
Brazos River Authority Gauging Stations/Water Levels
 

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