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Old 04-09-2007   #1
 
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Wood in Middle Narrows

Drove up the pass on Sunday and noticed a river wide strainer in middle narrows. The wood was all the way across the channel about 200 yards below race car. It looked like you could probably scoot over it at low flow but things may change when the river comes up.
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