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Old 01-24-2005   #1
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Shoshone flows

For any one considering boating Shoshone: as of the 24th @2:00 pm, flows are less than 150 cfs (est.) regardless of flow readings. There are numerous riverwide strainers and the run is entirely unrunnable. Most of the flow is coming from the dam, bypassing the Shoshone plant but is not enought to make Barrel Springs runable. This has to be temporary as there seems to be quite a bit of backup behind the dam.

Does anyone know whats going on or if the backup may result in temporary high flows (wishful thinking)

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