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Old 04-15-2020   #1
 
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NF Poudre-Phantom Canyon

Can someone please tell me about Phantom Canyon on the NF of the Poudre below Halligan Rez?? How illegal is it? How present are the adjacent landowners? When is the last time someone tried to paddle it? Is it doable?

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Old 04-17-2020   #2
 
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Can someone please tell me about Phantom Canyon on the NF of the Poudre below Halligan Rez?? How illegal is it? How present are the adjacent landowners? When is the last time someone tried to paddle it? Is it doable?

This being 'merica, there aren't grades of legality. It is or it isn't.
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years ago it was part of the Nature Conservancy and you had to apply for access to fish....then there was flood and siltation from the Dam.....that was many years ago....don't know current situation....very good fishing but mellow water for kayak based on my one day fishing there.....CTR
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I think it's still TNC property. ?? I doubt you'd get legal permission to access it for a float. The place is loaded with rattlesnakes. I saw 4 on one trip and 2 on another.
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If Nature Conservancy still has any say in access, stay away, IMHO. In the past I have found them to not be nice.
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How illegal is it? How present are the adjacent landowners?

Your teachers may have told you there are no dumb questions, but they were wrong, these are dumb questions. If you even have to ask them you should realize you shouldn't run it. Just because the landowners may not be patroling the river at all times doesn't then make it a good decision to "sneak" through. There's lots of public water to access in Northern Colorado.
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