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Old 07-01-2013   #1
 
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Water to drop.

I just noticed on the Rock Report that the river will drop to 500cfs tomorrow. Does that mean that the lower river (filter plant) will be come a no go on the rafting?

I know people have mentioned it is possible to raft down to maybe even 250 but I am having a hard time getting my brain around that. I can not help but think it would be so low it would just mean getting hung up left and right. But, I come from larger rivers that do not get so low so this is all new to me.

Thanks.

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