So in the beginning of this article, it says the mouth of feeder creeks at the river are deep holes, I see the exact opposite here, most of the ones down my way are shallow in those spots from washout. Compare pics:
I'm betting that is on this inside of the bend in your photo and that bend could be up stream some. The deeper water is across from the mouth so that would be where the channel is.
Yes, but here is another example. Look at the creek mouth at Cromby, shallow as shit, like an island actually, and yes, there is a deep cut in front of it, and it is on an outside bend, but what I would call the actual creek mouth is basically mostly sticking out of the water.
Here is a shot of Stoney Creek at Norristown where it hit's the river, it almost completely blocks 3/4 of the river:
Just my thoughts. As you see in other pic it is on the outside of a bend.
I guess it must have to do with the outside bend then I guess. Just comparing to what we have here to what is in that report. Plus it is the Susky, still a big difference from what we got here in the ditch.