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Old 03-03-2006   #1
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so....what would pueblo be like at 260cfs? any fun?


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Old 03-03-2006   #2
Teacher/Bartender, Colorado
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The opinion of an ameteur...

The park is fun, although like "gh" said if you are advanced it is kinda shallow for some tricks. I'm not good enough yet for flips,etc... but I flip over on accident alot... I have been there the past few days and haven't hit anything doing that. The different holes are really varied... so just about any level 100 and up there is something to entertain yourself on...
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Old 03-03-2006   #3
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I'm coming down tomorrow, what holes are gonna be the best and deepest at these flows and which ones should I shy away from?
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Old 03-03-2006   #4
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Nothing to avoid, 7 is sticky at all levels but is easy to punch at this level. Seems to me that 4 on surfers right you can get some good flat spins. 6 is the best surf at higher levels but it may be 5 at this level. Well hell just try em out. I would take out after 6 and avoid the walk from the last 2.
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