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Old 06-13-2010   #1
 
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If anyone has footage of Poudre at high water?

I just can't imagine what the Poudre looks like right know, if anyone has some footage or a picture of the gauge above pine view falls I would love to see it. Thanks

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Here is the gauge a couple of days ago
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There are some good videos from the past week on poudrerockreport.com. I would be up for rafting it after work tomorrow (Monday) or Tuesday if it drops just a little.
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Here is a picture of Pine View from 1995 at 5.8'. It hit this level again yesterday, then dropped to 5.5 when I looked at 3pm.
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Here are some pics from 6/12/10 around 1:00 pm or so. If this works, I've got a couple from lower narrows too.
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Well alright. Here are some more. I've got a video clip of Lower Narrows too, but don't have time to upload this evening.
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THe river looked deserted yesterday. We went up and ran the Little South Fork at a great level (at least as long as you weren't hung over and in a play boat!, sorry DL) Too much wood to run the big rapid, but the even the flat water still had good waves. The normal boogie water was great 4 4+.
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I actually took the river left line around the Disney Slide rock the other day... Came in a liitl hot and hit a rock comming out of it, but heck, how often do you get to take that line...
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Here's a link to YouTube of Lower Narrows on Saturday. No boats, just water.

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