This study analyzed the effect of irrigation reservoirs, antecedent soil moisture conditions (AMC) and Huff time distribution on peak discharge using Monte Carlo simulation. The peak discharge was estimated for four different cases in combination of irrigation reservoir capacity, AMC, and Huff time distribution. Applying 100% reservoir capacity or AMCIII, the peak discharges corresponding return periods of 50~300 years were overestimated by 25~30% compared to those of cases that considered the probability of occurrence for individual condition. Applying the 3rd quantile huff distribution, the peak discharges were overestimated by 5% over the peak discharge that considered the probability of occurrence. The overall results indicated that the effect on the peak flood of Huff distribution was less than AMC and reservoir storage.