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Old 04-29-2009   #11
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Nice vid nick, looks like fun.


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Old 04-29-2009   #12
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Originally Posted by scannon View Post
Nice vid nick, looks like fun.

What's up Sam!! Is this the "student" Sam that moved to New York??? When are you coming back to Colorado to visit?? Hit me up when you do!!



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Old 04-29-2009   #13
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sorry to jack

but i would be up for a #'s, browns, or fractions run this weekend? anyone???
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Old 04-29-2009   #14
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I will be boating those stretches this weekend - unless the weather just goes to shit...I believe there was already a thread started about this in the trip planner forum...
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Old 04-29-2009   #15
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Originally Posted by islandertek View Post
Sorry guys, the video didn't embed as planned!! (obviously)

Here's the link!

I saw one of your posse, Gavin, last night at the pool and he told me about the video. Nice.
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That's why you didn't see us. We got off the river just after 3 pm. I'm pretty sure the gauge was accurate from what I've seen. If the lowest they've done it is 750, that explains why they've never seen it that sticky before. It's always worse at lower levels. If you catch the eddy right above the hole, which is what I usually do as well, then you just have to make sure you have enough speed going into it or hit the mini eddy on the right said next to the hole. You should try it again. From what I've seen about what you run, I don't think you'd have problems with it as long as you know the line correctly.

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