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Old 04-03-2011   #11
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That's the one, it was next to the fence at the second bridge. I may be heading to Buffalo in the next week or two and we have a guy at work that's been going to Casper at least once a week so I should be able to get it back to you easily. BTW we met your dad at the put in.

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Old 04-03-2011   #12
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I was wondering why it was a little harder to climb the fence.....if you see shmuck pass it to him I'm sure it'll make its way to Luke than me, have a backup. Good ol pops...

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Old 04-03-2011   #13
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So...who lost a knife?

And Spencer, you're a pussy, school work over kayaking?

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Old 04-03-2011   #14
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I guess this can now become the casper, wyo preseason info thread now.

Word is the river through town is going to get bumped to 4500, for those of you that like waves this is it. The premier wave of casper will be in, Macho Munchies.

No word on what fremont will be bumped to but I know it will be stout. For those brave enough to enter the middle canyon above 2000, be prepared to blind huck your way down the canyon, no scouts and no stopping till the bridge.
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Old 04-04-2011   #15
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so does that pocket in the crux rapid bottom left automatically spin you?
Is there danger of getting stuffed back there or does it all flow?

seems like a weird feature, how big are the drops, like 3' then 6-8'?
Does that center boof off that rock ever show up at higher flows, looks like a good one!

One thing is for sure, that is a killer gorge!
I've never boated before, but I have posted a lot on Mountain Buzz!
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Old 04-04-2011   #16
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From what I have know one shouldn't get stuffed in left. Might get cartwheeled and slamed around a bit but I sure wouldn't want to swim it or run it on My head. lower flows the center boof is more of a boof, higher water is less boof more of a giant ramp. Also anything you see in gopro is going to be bigger in real life. Can't ruin the surprise.
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Old 04-06-2011   #17
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why aren't you guys boofing the big ramp/curler in the final drop? It seems like you are trying to go left. Is there a hazard that can't be seen in the video. I've never been there, but the video makes it look like boofing over that big hump would be preferred to melting left and spinning out.

just curious in case I ever make it up there. someone said you can't scout it?
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Old 04-06-2011   #18
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There's a rock similar to the undercut in tunnel just couple inchs to right of the curler boof landing but uglier, if you flush right off the curler good chance you might not come out of the canyon... the reason 1800 doesn't contain a beef hole is the curtain lands directly on a rock that basically backs up the hole during flows around 1k. Don't go upside down.... left is a party, one boof isnt worth the risk involved..specially paddling next to the giant undercut seives on the right.. at the beginning of the drop. These seives along the right are why it becomes unscoutable.... there's a cave the size of a room down there from there you go through another seive. I'll run left and save the boof stroke
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Old 04-12-2011   #19
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Do you think at these big flows Fremont can be run in a small raft. If so, interested in lending a little support?
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I'm sure little raft could go only problem yesterday the canyon was shut off again.. how long you been rafting?

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