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Old 03-14-2012   #1
 
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high water on the rogue

Doing a rogue trip on spring break and looked at current level......11200cfs. Can anyone offer any insight about a level like this. I've done it at 6000.

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I can't answer your question but have you seen this?;
(AGNO3) ROGUE--NEAR AGNES Station Summary
These projections are often very wrong especially the further out they are but it's worth keeping an eye on.
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Thanks for the link! Thats a pretty impressive forecast. This will definitely affect the risk assessment. I have worked with these forecasts and agree they aren't always very accurate.
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Doesn't look fun at least according to the forecast. More like a survival trip.
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oregon whitewater association has a trip in 2 days. 16-18
i rocked some highwater trips before, but nothing like that.
might have to take kaya for a walk down river trail.
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Id be very interested in a trip report. Be safe.
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check there web site. i can't row for 6 months, so no report from me. if it gets that high I'll walk down and take some pic's.
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Yeah at that level it should be pretty interesting, kaya and kaya I will go for a walk with ya. But truly I doubt it will get that high.
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ha ha ha, hey mr ladder. nice to hear from you.
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I've done it a couple of time at close to that level (over 10,000) and raining. With some big water experience it really isn't that tough. It's moving fast, so it's hard to get more then a couple days on the river. You can go anywhere in Blossom.
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