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Old 05-18-2010   #1
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Poudre Gauge?

my dad and i were thinking about going up to run bridges or something this weekend but i've heard some talk that the gauge is broken and that anything above Filter Plant is to low to run, is this true?

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Old 05-18-2010   #2
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North Fork is going big, so FP has much more water than up above where the north fork meets the main stem. Rock was 1.3 ish, lines are getting easier.
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Old 05-18-2010   #3
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To get a better idea of the flow keep your eye on: Poudre Rock Report | Kayak flows for the Poudre River
The current level is low but Bridges is very runnable, even at lower levels. Other sections above Bridges are also runnable right now depending on how much boat abuse you want.
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