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Old 07-23-2013   #1
 
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New tree in Bailey

Log sticking out 1/2 of the channel from the left bank after 'Upper Cut Under Cut' drop. Not a serious threat unless you aren't paying attention.

I think higher water will cover it up so bailey Fest shouldn't be too bad.

It was pretty awesome paddling the last 2 miles with the sun setting fast on us. SYOTR

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So.... I feel that I know Bailey pretty well and I've never heard that rapid name.
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So.... I feel that I know Bailey pretty well and I've never heard that rapid name.
Tisk Tisk. Somebody hasn't been studying their River Brain.
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Is this a new tree, or simply the log that has been underwater on the left that I think fisherman put down to walk across at low water. At 350ish its covered with a small passage on the right. At lower water it would be out of the water with a small passage on the right still.

And yes... Tisk Tisk. Study river brain. Final exam is at Bailey Fest.
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So.... I feel that I know Bailey pretty well and I've never heard that rapid name.
It's at Double Tittie rock (the first one, which is really more like double nipple tittie rock).
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Is Mystery Eddy really a IV-?
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Is Mystery Eddy really a IV-?
You can never trust those crowdsourced guidebooks.
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What level is Super-Max a V-? Low flows the undercut sucks and high flows it's burly. Quit sandbaggin!

Also this is the first time I've checked out Riverbrain, impressive.
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Is this a new tree, or simply the log that has been underwater on the left that I think fisherman put down to walk across at low water. At 350ish its covered with a small passage on the right. At lower water it would be out of the water with a small passage on the right still.

And yes... Tisk Tisk. Study river brain. Final exam is at Bailey Fest.
Definitely more of a log and not a tree... It's possible it was there before, but my group didn't recognize it. Probably because we Haven't had a run this year under 350-400. She still goes easy on the right
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Saw the log last night. Its been there for years. Its just covered up at 350+ with a hump and some people boof over it. I know its there and always take the far right line where there is no log.
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