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Old 03-23-2015   #1
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Upper Lochsa Runnable Flows

So we have a crew headed over from MT to the Lochsa Friday. We were hoping to run the dirty 30 Saturday. What's a good rule of thumb cutoff for flow to run the upper section? Is there a particular rapid (like castle) to look at and make that determination? Thanks, Jim

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