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Old 05-21-2010   #1
Longmont, Colorado
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has anyone ever checked out Buckhorn creek or n.fork of the Big Thompson?

I think both creek bed are something like turkey creek's sluice, so it probably would be more like bobsledding into strainers. Not even sure Buckhorn would have the gradient. I thought I saw a write up on Buckhorn somewhere, anyone else recall that?

They both have about 160cfs in them currently, paging captain mank...
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