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Old 04-28-2014   #1
 
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Anyone been up the canyon this morning? There's been a big jump on the gauge, but it looks suspiciously like a release from Seaman. Would love to know if there is more water up there.

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what you are seeing is the influx of the ditch that runs along FP at the end there. They cut off the ditch yesterday AM and that is why you are seeing 600+

The rock is at 1.7 for sure. We've been up the last few days. Poudre park and bridges are ok, narrows are good to go, and FP at a fun level
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Makes sense, thanks for the heads up
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Anyone seen the rock today. Around the state it looks like things dropped from the cold spell. I expect by tomorrow they will be rising again but looking at least for current rock report today.
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