Originally Posted by Theophilus
I think you can get under the bridge in a kayak at most flows. I'm not sure it's worth going there though.
Who's taking ongoing and detailed time/dated, cfs and gps images to document Public persons (wading, swimming, birding, floatings, hunting (waterfowling), fishing and/or kayaking, etc, water users) and/or boats/boots/shoes/kayaks/booties/rafts/tubes, etc. using water, incidentally touching beds, passing through and/or portaging (in progress) not only on the Taylor but also any natural stream in Colorado?
Who's taking closeup, landmarked pics of every inch of river sections, beds, obstructions (bridges, ungated fences across the water or on the adjacent land, etc.), "ordinary high water mark", banks(area between the ordinary high and low water marks), etc. to illustrate "modern" use of waters, touching beds incidental to that use and portage around obstructions, such as may be the Wilder on the Taylor bridge, at various water levels, especially at prime boating/runoff and fishing/seasonal levels?