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Old 05-21-2006   #1
Join Date: Mar 2005
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Went up to check out Lefthand yesterday,it was doable boat probably a little low for most peoples taste.It had been cleaned once but a nasty wood pile had formed right at the entrance to thr crux blocking most of the creek leaving only tight shitty line,i removed most of it now can be run on both sides. There are some logs in mid river that will probably catch more wood right by the 'newsbox' drop and a lot of wood lurking on shore that will likely end up in the creek if it cranks,i guess it's a good idea to scout this part,rest looked pretty clean.
What is the part below the book takeout like? I have only boated down to the culvert,beyond that looks like creeky 3 with maybe a couple slightly harder drops but you can't see everything from car are there any fun hidden drops?
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