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Old 05-16-2010   #1
 
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Any SSV visuals?

The online gauge got a couple bumps over the last couple of days and is at 433 cfs. Any experts out there have any possible explanation or any visual readings?

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Someone ran it yesterday for the VC, my guess is it is running.
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at the least should be enough for the narrows, any takers? Post here or call me seven two zero 3 six six 555 nine, ill be leaving by 1145 for the rockies game if can't rally anybody to boat...

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meeting at narrows take out if at 1230, have two of us so far.
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Low side of good this afternoon. Everything goes. Fun, but boney.
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Low side of good this afternoon. Everything goes. Fun, but boney.
agreed. 5" on the ruler in town, i think it needs to be at 6" to boat out of the narrows. It was super bony, and not pushy at all.

Not sure about correlation, but it was 430 cfs on the dwr gauge in town when we were getting 5". Both the middle and ssv at ward gauges have not been turned on yet. NSV above buttonrock is @ 185 so that could help gauge what the run off is doing in the general area.
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Doesn't look like the left hand diversion is taking much water out if at all right now either. (saw 5cfs earlier now not reporting). Certainly helps to keep it all in the creek.

Heading to SSV today, you guys encounter any notable wood?
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welcome back, no wood that was a problem. What time?
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12:30 at the takeout...
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Heading to SSV today, you guys encounter any notable wood?
Don't go for the left-side boof on the first drop--take the S-turn around it.
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