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Old 05-09-2015   #1
 
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upper NF Poudre

the north fork is up over 800 if anyone is game to run it this weekend? Might have to hike out, great way to get in shape . . . That is, if you are not already in shape to hike out

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Run down through Phantom. In this weather no one will bother you and take out at the bridge. Kayaks are not designed to wear on your shoulder.
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That sounds good! Err . . I mean I would never trespass!! Haha, I actually do have permission on a property in Phantom, that's a good idea
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it's over 1200, c'mon
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Still looking for a partner? I've never run it but I'm down to go
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Also would be down to run any other section today or tomorrow, just drove up 14 to take a look and now I'm jonesin'
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headed up poudre canyon in 30 min. Gonna try and hit north fork tomorrow. Gimme a shout -Heath 970581587zero
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If it's 1200 it might be high enough to be fun.
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Nathan I remember you sayin in previous posts in previous years that 1200 is your minimum. Sounds like you may have the slightest bit of interest?? Haha
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Be heads up last year there were 2 fences towards the bottom half of the run. At 450cfs you could roll under one but the other was a portage. I would imagine at the current levels they would both be big strainers.
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