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Old 12-19-2013   #21
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Old 12-19-2013   #22
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I have used Coyote shuttle for the last 13 years. I forgot to fill the tank once and they had to get gas. I called to reimburse them for the gas and they said dont worry about. Top notch people and i've never had any problems with my truck at the takeout. Highly recommend. I think they are $165 these days with a 2 car minimum.

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Old 12-22-2013   #23
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"Big Drop 3 is relatively simple if you hit the obvious entry".

And as I can personally attest... A potential beatdown awaits those who miss the forementioned slot!
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Old 12-23-2013   #24
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Very true. We watched a couple groups run big drop 3 ahead of us. Those that made the entry had Zero issue. Those that missed it (even narrowly) all had issues, though thankfully no flips.
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Old 12-30-2013   #25
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I did Cataract last year towards the end of March. There's current but it's a long ways. I think it took us a couple of days to row out. If time allows, you can have some fun hiking up side canyons. It gets progressively muddier as you go so take your time higher up. There's a cool hike one canyon below Easter Pasture (river right). I forgot the name.

Last year the takeout on river right was horrible. We stood in knee-deep mud and unloaded everything. I think there were better spots so look around. It might not be a bad idea to throw a couple boards or pieces of plywood in your shuttle car so you can have something to stand on. I don't think Hite is any better.


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