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Old 05-20-2004   #1
 
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USBC update

Last night we ran USBC at 320, I hadn't run it in a while and the wood has moved around some. First at S-Turn, there is a strainer, that we pulled up the bank, but it will probably fall back into the main channel at higher water levels. Next somewhere before RIMBY there are two strainers to watch out for. The first one is next to a fishing camp, where some idiot cut a tree down to create a bridge across the river to access the camp. You can eddy-out above on a large river-left eddy and portage this river-wide strainer. The second strainer is just after the campsite strainer and can be dodged on far river-left. RIMBY is fine except the bottom sneak channels are blocked by multiple new strainers, so run the meat. After RIMBY, there is some wood, but no river-wide ones. Once we got to the rez, it was almost empty and we got an additional bonus mile of whitewater!

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