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Old 02-11-2019   #21
 
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Ahhh thank you sir. I take it Hannagan isn't on the map I supplied?


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Isn't the drainage for the Salt for the two on the eastern part of Arizona showing 74 and 86% of to date average?

https://www.wcc.nrcs.usda.gov/ftpref...mal_update.pdf





The Upper Salt is the drainage that shows 74% of avg, but Hannagan Meadows, which generally is the most important site, is sitting at 105% of avg.

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Old 02-11-2019   #22
 
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this breaks down the snowtel sites in the upper salt watershed.

https://wcc.sc.egov.usda.gov/reports...=select+a+year
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When there's rain on snow, you have to go...
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Old 02-13-2019   #24
 
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anybody know what the beta is on tribal permits this year? still a kiosk there?
I haven't been for two years....
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I think I saw someone say the Kiosk is gone. You can get info, pay and obtain the permit via the Apache website here... https://wmatoutdoor.org/wp_view.html?pageid=4

I never saw a ranger, Forest Service or Apache, at the put in during my 2017 trips... but it would probably be a good idea to assume they are around. The few accounts I've heard about the Apache rangers are that while not unfriendly, they don't take well to people ignoring their request to obtain a permit and don't seem to buy the ignorance plea i.e. "oh really...I didn't know you had to have a permit".
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Old 02-13-2019   #26
 
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No kiosk. Do it online.

Last weekend there were rangers at the put in and take out, and then again back at the put in when we retrieved our shuttle vehicle.
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Old 02-13-2019   #27
 
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If one was inclined this weekend looks interesting.

I however can not make it. But I did clear the schedule and set up a shuttle for a Feb. 22nd launch.

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So do you just need the permit for your launch day? i'm assuming it's the permit that says Special Use: Salt River Access Only. and is it one permit for the group, not each.
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Old 02-13-2019   #29
 
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Yeah, major tropical moisture streaming up from south of Hawaii. Could be really good. 2k plus being the goal IMO. Supposed to be a very active southern storm track for a while for what that's worth.
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I went before permit season in 17 and there was a per person fee to the tribe and you were supposed to have names etc. Nothing for the FS. One person could handle it if they had everyone's info. Seems to me the tribe web site was not that user friendly as well but that could just be me being lame.
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