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Big T at 200 cfs???

How is it? Lowest I've done it is 300 cfs. Not opposed to low flow runs as long as you can still float through the inbetween and the rapids are still boatable. Thinking about an after work run on the class IV section.

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How is it? Lowest I've done it is 300 cfs. Not opposed to low flow runs as long as you can still float through the inbetween and the rapids are still boatable. Thinking about an after work run on the class IV section.
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Had a group of 7 go down yesterday from the damn above the park through the narrows. It was a bit bumpy but fun. Watch out for the steal I-beam strainer across the river where they are building another bridge for the high way right above the narrows.

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