This is my first year out on the PS rivers (Stilly, Sky, and Skagit so far) so I apologize if this is a rehashed topic. The recent rains have made me wonder about low, ideal, and too high river levels for wade fishing. I found the USGS site and as an example, I see the Sky (at Goldbar) is running around 4400 CFS. I fished there a few weeks ago when it was around 700. I would say the low water made for tough fishing conditions but I'm guessing that 4400 is probably too much for safe and productive wading for chums and steelhead. Anyone care to share what river levels are good for the Stilly (nf and main), Sky, and Sauk? I know the Skagit is mostly influenced by the dam.