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Old 05-14-2013   #1
 
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Boulder Creek mornings or evenings?

Anyone interested in paddling Boulder Creek before or after work this week or next? Get it while its as good as Boulder Creek gets.

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BC is 175 and likely to drop out steadily without some big rain. It will not run until Barker spills in early June. Then we should see some water. Present flows are floatable and good for kids.

With eldoras snowpack, I am hoping for. Week of 600 cfs spills.
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Barker is 5-6' from spilling, not much coming out the bottom and seems to be filling fast
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I'm down.

I'm down for evenings.
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I just spoke with the Barker dam operator this morning. Barker is filling fast. They are going to start releasing some water to slow the spill. He mentioned 50 more CFS possibly today.
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OK, I forgot that Barker needs to spill first, but it sounds like that may be happening soon. I'm game above 300, well maybe 250, ok 200, but that's it. Blackrock anyone?
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It's running.

The lower section below 4 mile is running. A little boney but goes.
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Anyone want to do a lap this afternoon?
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