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Old 07-09-2008   #1
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Surfing(surfboard) Glenwood at current and lower flows?

Anyone have any info on surfing(surfboard) on flows lower than 10,500. Had a blast last week and want to head back Sat. but see the flows dropping. It never made it lower than 10,500 the few times I was there. I would guess at some level it becomes not as good? Or it stays fun and I don't know shit.
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