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Old 10-03-2011   #1
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poudre flow spike

Release? What's up with spike to 206cfs? Rock report please, guessing about 1.0

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Most likely a ditch shut off leaving more in the river. Flows are probably still the same. There is a little more coming out of Long Draw, but not enough to bring it up a foot.
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Was about a foot yesterday when I drove by. Lowers still has water--airplane boof was covered (just barely).
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probably 1-4 0r 1-5 on the rock Ill let you know in a few hours...
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Well, well...what's the word? I'm dyin' to know if it was above a foot on OCT 3!!!
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This is great news! I'm looking for my foam boater as I write this...
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This seems like as good a time as any to resurrect this gem.



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yay foamie boaters.
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That's it. I'm flying back from Maine. Be there to run Bridges by lunchtime Bob. Freakin' October boating man!
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would love to have you back from the east coast captn. awesome...chode!
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Old 10-04-2011   #10
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Narrows today anyone? Was it above 1?
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