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Old 06-20-2007   #1
 
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Poudre Oar-rig 1300cfs-ish

Me and a couple friends were thinking about running our oar-rigs on the Poudre this weekend. Probably somewhere below the narrows to the BTO.

We have a 13- and a 14- ft boat.

Any idea if we're going to be too 'big' in there? Smacking a lot of rocks or getting hung up? If not, it's on like Donkey Kong.

Thanks much

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Your good to go. I took my 13 down from upper mish through pineview. Good fun
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You should have no real problems, but you might get a few unintentional surfs if you are running a light boat. : )
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