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Old 10-03-2006   #1
 
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How's D-town surf?

Heading to Durango for work tomorrow....how's the surf?

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Old 10-03-2006   #2
 
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The surf sucks but the forecast is for higher flows. I find it a little hard to believe but we will see. Rockwood is still good.


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Old 10-06-2006   #3
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Surf's up now! For sure.
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Old 10-07-2006   #4
 
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7000?

How about at this level? What about going over to the Dolores??
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Hey Dolores dan, how's the stoner section. The montrose/gunny crew is mobilizing as we speak. Give me a call if you check it out and it looks epic!
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Its up to 6500cfs and climbing
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DRO @ 6k VS DOL @ 2200?

Stampede at about 1500 was absolutely spectacular -- not sure if the stuff would get washed out at this level or not...

What is Smelter, etc like at this level?

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Hey Dan

Can you get a visual?? We might drive that far if we know it's gonna be good!
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Look at the guage at Tall Timber resort above Tacoma it got up to 8000 cfs last night at midnight. That should be hitting D-town today. The wave behind four corners is going off and gets better with more water. Santa rita is world class right now also.
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Just got off the water now (sat, 3:15, about 7,700), and it's pretty spectacular. Santa Rita and Sawmill waves are off the hook.
Get it while you can!
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