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Old 04-28-2005   #1
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Red River, New Mexico

Was thinking about running the red river, what is the min flow it can be run at, its running around 120 cfs presently, figured with the embudo running huge maybe the red would be good?

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Old 04-28-2005   #2
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I'hh capin she go'in down! We did it two weekends ago. I think it was somewhere around 160-180??? Just a guess. It was lowish, but still plenty of fun. Kind of like Bear Creak at 180 low - could use more but not too boney. Great little creek with tight moves through large boulders, but never scary at all. I would use the word delightful. Real life creaking that an intermediate could do. Hope she comes back up again.
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