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Old 03-24-2007   #1
 
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Poudre up to ~.4 on the rock

Just took a drive up the canyon. The rock is reading right about at .4 feet. alot of the rapids look scrappy but runnable.

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Just took a drive up the canyon. The rock is reading right about at .4 feet. alot of the rapids look scrappy but runnable.
Ooooooooo. Might just have to run the narrows tommorrow ..hmm...
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Let's get those rock reports rollin'!
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I was up there on friday 3/23....it is not on the rock yet. There was about 100ft of bridges you could float but nothing else below the narrows Can't wait though!
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So has anyone gone up today? A .4 dip in uppers could be fun! Lets boat.
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if this is any hint, it could be up from the storm

DWR Satellite Streamflow Graph

Probably 1.5 or so.
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Not to be overly pessimistic but if the rock is at 1.5ft, I'll drink a bootie beer out of lotaswater's bootie.

It's not even April people. A few diehards went up and ran upper narrows on sunday but encountered seriuously ELF flows. We still need another month of cool wet weather for the season to rip.
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The rock was still sitting around .4 when I drove by today.
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Damn damn and damn.

I'll be patient. I was just going off of my low flow numbers from late last year. They're probably letting water out of Semen Reservoir????

Who knows why the flow is at 150 cfs.
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