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Old 06-12-2015   #1
Boulder, Colorado
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Toothache (Woody Creek) at High Water

Searched old threads and couldn't find much about Upper/Lower Woody at the current levels (~2600 CFS on the DWR gauge). Best I could ascertain it sounds like continuous III-/III with IV- at toothache. Seem about right? Any concerns about low bridges for a 14' raft? Could paddleboat or row. Looking for an alternative from the Eagle for this weekend, since the Eagle just went crazy. Sounds like this should be comparable to what a med-high Eagle would normally be like. Thanks all!

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Old 06-12-2015   #2
Lowman, Idaho
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Where's Woody Creek? Never heard of it.

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Old 06-12-2015   #3
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Yes, it's similar to middle eagle high water.
Toothache rapid washes out so there really is no move to make.
No low bridges and is being run commercially.
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Old 06-12-2015   #4
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running it this afternoon.
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Old 06-12-2015   #5
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Originally Posted by onefatdog View Post

No low bridges and is being run commercially.

How is the clearance under the swinging bridge (above Toothache?) for a cat row frame? I assume all the commercials are paddling.

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tight in the center, but not an issue river left. river right is probably doable as well.
that was at about 5:45 today.

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