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Old 06-11-2015   #11
Buffalo, New York
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The highest I've run it was 13k one spring. Like the others say, fAst with no eddies. I suggest trying to space out when you're trying to stop, especially for camp and have your inexperienced boaters practice bumping the shore with their stern first. The boat will slow down enough and spin the bow to shore for the passenger to jump out with bow line in hand.

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Old 06-12-2015   #12
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Got off yesterday - launched at about 5500, dropped to 4K then back up to 6K.

Some eddies were tough to make (Big Stick), some a bit easier. Planning is key; if you're ready to look for a spot, be sure your boats are floating close to shore. If you're in the main channel, you're goin'....

Had some mosquitoes at Slickhorn A; other than that, no bugs to speak of.

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