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Old 06-30-2010   #21
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Originally Posted by cubra libre View Post
What is the lowest water level to run Northgate? currently at 760 cfs. Is this to low for a 14' cat and SB?
Running it in a 15 ft. cat with a narrow frame at about 800 cfs was a workout: lots of rock-dodging. The kayakers and ducksters had fun. I think of 1000 cfs as the minimum for a pleasant run in a full-size boat. In the 700s you tend to get stuck on rocks a lot.

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