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Old 05-07-2010   #1
 
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North Fork of the Poudre... running? I need insight

So I'm planning on heading up to check out the north fork of the poudre tomorrow with some friends. I have heard from a few people that its going, but would like to get some more insight if that is in fact true. Not sure what time we are heading up but pm if you want to join the crew.

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also could use a visual, i'd be interested to hear your thoughts before sunday.
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Yes it was flowing 2 days ago...With only .6-.7 coming down the canyon and FP with a decent flow but only 250 cfs...means they are pumping out at the canyon mouth but FP is flowing because the NF is putting in a good bit.
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yeah there's some water coming down ran it on thursday, enough to be fun, better be ready to scratch your boat though, definitely would be down for a run tomorrow, give me a call 581-5870 Heath
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Is this the UPPER or LOWER Section?

Is this thread referencing the Upper North Fork of the Poudre or the Lower North Fork of the Poudre?

Thanks, Lenny.
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Good questions... because they have relatively low correlation (if any at all) to each other.

Lot's of lakes up in them thur hills boys and girls.
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upper, upper upper.......
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Yea I was thinkin' upper. not lookin like its gonna happen for me today. Possibly tomorrow, depends on how much school work I can get done today.
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ran the upper today and it was boat abuse at its finest but worth it.
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going back next sunday hoping for more water.
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