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Old 05-15-2014   #21
Grand Junction, Colorado
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That would be awesome if you wouldn't mind sharing. Will be bringing the jips for sure. Should I PM you my email?
PM your email address and I'll send. The file also includes the Grand Canyon in case you need that in the future.

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Old 05-16-2014   #22
denver, Colorado
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Thanks for the email RivRunner.

One of the guys on the trip has been thinking about getting a raft, so he pulled the trigger last night on a used Super Puma with DRE fishing frame. Boat looks sweet and will be a good compliment. So now we have 7 people, a drift boat, 14' Hyside, and the Puma. That should spread the gear out much better. Fun to see how stoked he was last night.

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Old 05-19-2014   #23
denver, Colorado
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I hope the big release is after our trip. If it isn't, how are B and C in the high flows? Any big rapids to worry about?

Also, one other question. I need to tie my new anchor off. My rope comes out the back of my frame, then I have a pulley and clip that will go on the anchor and the rope will be tied off around the frame pipe after looping through the pulley.

What knot would you guys suggest I use to tie it around the frame? Thanks
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Old 05-22-2014   #24
denver, Colorado
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Anyone have any ideas on timing of the release and if it is going to be this weekend?
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Old 05-22-2014   #25
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There's a b of rec operations website that announces their planned flows and other water management info for flaming gorge dam.
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Old 05-22-2014   #26
Steamboat Springs, Colorado
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No word yet.

As of today the website is not showing any intention of raising the levels on the Green. They typically give a few days notice and then ramp up to 4000cfs over a few days time. If the water does go up Red Creek will be the biggest concern followed by the bridge at Bridge Hollow which can get really low above 4000cfs.


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