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Old 07-06-2016   #11
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Thanks guys. I really hope the flow holds, I gotta take them.
Who knows, they might hold the release steady. Twin Lakes are really full and the inflow is just starting to level off.....

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Old 07-08-2016   #12
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Dammit!!! It's down to 1000 now at the Nathrop gauge.

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Old 07-08-2016   #13
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Wow that was fast. Also coming up there this weekend to run Browns and saw it at 1400 like 2-3 days ago. It dropped 200 from yesterday.

Lmeyers forecasted this though. I forever bow to his wisdom. Any idea on lottery numbers?
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Old 07-08-2016   #14
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Weren't we in the Gorge together last year, with duckies? On Sunday how about joining us from BV to Hecla?
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Old 07-11-2016   #15
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Short trip report: Flow was about 900 at the Nathrop gauge. No problems for me in my 14 footer and my buddy in the duckie. We sure had to keep the eyes open for where to put the boats in between all the rocks. Fun, in a way, to row the boat that technically.

Proves the old saying that any day on the water is a fun day. Even if it is an easy, relaxed day.

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