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Old 11-24-2012   #1
 
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What has flow here?

What has flow here over the winter? Is there anything worth a damn or should i just go hit the slopes? Also can Bailey be run at 150? ...not is it any good just can it be run.

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Live in conifer and might try to scrap down something g next Saturday ?
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Unfortunately out until Dec 22 cause of work but if Bailey is still at 150 I'd be down to find out if it still is a go.
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You could make it down Bailey at 150cfs but your creek boat might try and divorce you. I was in there as it dropping and it was boatable through the main portion of the canyon and stupid shallow on the flats out to the takeout, I think the flow was between 150 and 180 for that day.
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Boats are made to beat on my man....besides if it last more than a season I'm doing something wrong. Also bought an old Pirouette for low water mank.
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Shoshone has flow and Gore all winter. You could have a great time attaining in your pirouette all winter long on Shosho
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I ran the Gunny Gorge last weekend. Bony in a few short places but otherwise good. Flow hasn't changed--still parked at 317.

Ran Shoshone last Tues. My first time there so I don't have anything to compare it to, but it seemed fun in a slow, friendly, approachable sorta way.
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Gunny Gorge on Dec 22? Haven't paddled it yet.
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Shoshone is fun enough if you are in the area, but I probably wouldn't drive far for it. It is especially fun if you just aquired a new topoduo and have never tandem kayaked before. From last weekend:

http://s1324.beta.photobucket.com/us...Topo.jpeg.html

(I couldn't figure out how to just post the photo so you have to click the link)

Note that the topo only works if you have matching drysuits and helmets.
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