Gunnison Gorge at 600 cfs - Mountain Buzz

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Old 06-02-2010   #1
Durango, Colorado
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Gunnison Gorge at 600 cfs

I've done the gorge half dozen or so times at 800-1000 cfs. Looks like it may be below 700 for June '10. Anyone have any insight/experience on getting through at 600cfs with 12' boat? Thanks!

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Old 06-03-2010   #2
Carbondale, Colorado
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I've done it several times at that level and had no problems. Boulder Garden get pretty technical but nothing major to discuss
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Old 06-03-2010   #3
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What about with a 14' boat? Should I even think about it? Would like to hit in the next couple of weeks for the Salmon Fly hatch.
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