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Old 09-13-2013   #1
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Webbing Hazard in Lower CC

Beware of webbing/white sling across the river about halfway between Elbow and 1/4 mile. It's tied to a tree, spans the entire river, and at 1200, part of it was hanging in the river and could catch someone that isn't watching for it. You can miss it on river left by hitting the eddy under the tree. It needs to be cut out, but we couldn't get to it tonight.
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