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Old 05-07-2008   #1
 
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Wenatchee Wave Info?

Hey, anybody over near the Wenatchee (WA) know what the waves are looking like? Thinking about coming over to paddle Friday, but I want to know what's in and what's not. just looking for an update if anybody's recently been intimate with her.

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Check the levels. At 5-7 grand Grannies wave and turkey shoot will be great. Turkey shoot is a good beginner feature, Grannies is a fairly big wave that you can throw anything and everything on, combos, the whole deal.

10,000+ cfs Rodeo Hole and Trinity/Drunkards will come in. A lot of people love Rodeo Hole but it is pretty much a giant trashy pile at big levels.

Trinity wave is a world class wave that gives up huge air with only a little bit of beat down on the side.
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Also, check out this site, Professorpaddle.com | Whitewater Community.
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thanks guys, I was wondering where all the washington boaters were at.
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Wenatchee in right now

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thanks guys, I was wondering where all the washington boaters were at.
Looks like the Granny wave will be sweet this weekend as the Wenatchee is nearing 5,000. This wave is big at this level and is definitely worthy of a session.

Have fun!!!
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