Originally Posted by streetdoctor
Anyone interested in showing two first timers down if it holds?
7/9** I wish it was still june...
Ah, NO. It really should not be done below 250cfs for the top two gorges, 300 to want to include the third gorge. Lower levels are boat abuse and a recipe for potential injuries.
The bottom dropped out on us a few weeks ago and it turned out to be 226. One guy swam at the crux, but got out quickly. Two of us chased his boat for a mile in rapids that we shouldn't have been distracted by trying to wrestle a boat over. It was bangable, but not recommended. The crux move and above it were definite lower water class v arm pumping adrenaline speed action. Few eddies, lots of demands, and you would not want to be upside down.