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Old 08-14-2007   #1
 
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Pandoras Box, how low can you go?

I am going to be in Durango and noticed that the river is at 800 cfs. How low can you run pandoras? Pretty stoked to get in there, and I know you want it after everything drops out. With the rain they have been getting surely that is enough. Whats your cutoff? Lowest it can go? Fun minimum?

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Old 08-14-2007   #2
 
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That is still a good/great level. I've been in as low as 600ish on the town gauge. The locals will know more. Rain could bump Vallecito up this time of year. Check with 4 Corners River Sports for beta and a human guide for Pandora's.
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I was just there on Sunday; Thanks again to Front Range who guided us down!!! It's an amazing place, but not one to be taken lightly. I think we had 700 or so on the Tacoma gauge and it seemed good. Let us know how Swollen Member and Rectilean go!
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