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Old 05-24-2013   #1
 
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Filter plant water level.

Howdy. I have been looking at the rock report pine view gage. I believe this is above two diversion dams above filter plant. How accurate is this gage when trying to find out filter plant levels?

Also what level range is good for a raft and oars on filter plant?

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Old 05-24-2013   #2
 
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You'd probably have trouble finding any rocks to hit. With all this weather it will probably go over 4' this weekend. The Filter Plant run will be quick but fun. You should have no problems doing laps if you have the shuttles
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You are correct - there are two diversions (Greeley and Fort Collins) between "the rock" and Filter Plant but they do not appear to be diverting much right now. With the current high flows Filter Plant is good to go for raft or kayak.
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