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Old 05-16-2007   #11
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If it hits 2G's I'm bringing a keg to the park in golden!

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1492......cfs not the year
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ok old school river masters, how does our snowpack/weather we've seen so far compare with the year that the pic in the crc was taken, showing the narrows at 3,000?

perhaps the peak has more to do with temps than avialable snow? i don't know.

i'm going on the high side here and guessing 2,250.
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Old 05-16-2007   #18
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I'm clocking in at 1111. I think that it'll be a relatively cool spring with steady flows and a few spikes.

BTW- somebody had better tube Rigor at peak.
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1350 is my guess. I don't think I'll be running black rock at that level but we'll see.

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I'll say 1700 for the peak.

What's the highest level folks have run black rock at? Mine was somewhere in the 800's and it wasn't any harder, just faster. At what level does it get it's "teeth"?

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