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Old 09-21-2008   #1
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BIG-T AT 247?

I was thinking about taking some montana paddlers down the Big-t tomorrow, any beta for this level. I have only been it once at 600 earlier this year. The Gnar down of course.


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Old 09-21-2008   #2
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it is still fun, if you are super fired up you can run the bottom drop of the gnar, it is thin, but it goes, and the stuff right above the park gets a little shallow, but otherwise it is still a fun run, and you can run the dam right down the guts, just lean forward. have fun and hope they turn it up for ya
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