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Old 06-08-2006   #1
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Poudre River

I was thinking of taking a drift boat from Overland Bridge at Lyons Park to the Shields bridge down the Poudre, just wondering if anyone knows what that stretch of water is like--are there any of those dams/spillways where portage would be required? I think this is through private land, so portage could be a problem. Thanks!

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Old 06-08-2006   #2
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there at least two diversion structures. One being quite large 15' or so and the second somewhat smaller 5-6' and a few bridge crossing with mank in the riverbed.

if it were me i wouldn't float that section in a boat i cared about.
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