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Old 06-08-2006   #1
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Rockin the Upper Blue in Superbug Oar Rig....Clear of Wood?

Last year we had a blast on this run at 650 cfs. I remember a tree down, that had to be floated under, it was pretty close at 650cfs. My oar rig is pretty tall with frame and high positioned DownRiver Seat.

So...Is the tree still there and can we float under at 1000+cfs. Anybody with recent experience want to comment on anything else that has popped up in the last year?

I also imagine the run, not too much different between 650-1000 or so, but a lot more fun and fast at 1000+cfs.

Any stupid comments appreciated.

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Old 06-08-2006   #2
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Ran it last night @ about 850 out of Dillon Res. Fun stuff, biggest it's been since '99. None of the rapids get harder, just bigger waves and a little pushier. We put in right off the road about 1/3 miles upstream of the first rapid and the run was hazard free. That could change as the flow keeps coming up though.
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