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Old 03-10-2016   #11
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Good! ..did not notice the date either..I'd hate to see everything melt way too early.

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Old 03-10-2016   #12
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Sorry about the confusion - was NOT saying it's anywhere near 500 cfs now. Hoping to get on it this spring - but I'm doubtful it will get up to 500 - so was wondering what levels are enjoyable.
Also - if anyone has run it in the 200 cfs range - were you walking or floating?

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Old 03-10-2016   #13
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I ran it in a heavily overloaded duck at barely more than 100cfs. I'm low water tolerant but I don't recall getting out of the boat at all. Its a sandy bottom stretch of river. Mostly class 1. I remember one spot as you start to enter the canyon where the rio runs straight into a slightly undercut wall and you want to be getting right in anticipation of it. Beautiful area.

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