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Old 07-20-2005   #1
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Dam on Pine Creek

Can anyone give beta on running the dam on pine creek? I put in right below it last weekend, but the line looked pretty easy. I have always portaged it because I have heard there is rebar and cables below the surface in it. Anyone know how much steel is really in there.

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I've never seen underwater cables, but wouldn't be suprised. The line is left to far right around the pin rock (below about 1200). I wouldn't want to be upside down at all though.
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