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Old 05-10-2008   #1
 
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when to start

Just wondering when i can start paddling the pouder? like at what cfs is reasonable and i wont totaly destroy my boat?

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Bridges section was run yesterday - a little boney in spots but that should change pretty quickly.

Don't know about CFS - but 1.5 on the rock and bridges is fine. Here is a link to the poudre rock report...

Poudre Rock Report | Kayak flows for the Poudre River
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the poudre is good to go now! Filter plant, upper mish, lower mish, and poudre park runs will need about 1.8 to be good. We ran middle narrows yesterday, which was totally fine, and I heard there was a group that did bridges as well. It's only gonna go up from here, so get 'er done!
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