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Old 05-23-2012   #1
 
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Lost A/T Paddle on OBJ!

If you happen to come across an A/T bent shaft any where below the 25 footer she ran away from me but I know she really wants to come home if you see her please give me a call Josh @530-308-5771 Thank You

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Old 05-23-2012   #2
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In the interest of consistency on lost paddle posts, how was the flow?
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Probably peaking today

There was probably 275-300 in there last night around 6pm but it looks like its going to peak today or soon so if you want it go get it!
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so 75% of the water in the slate is coming from obj? sounds like some gary e water level reporting is going on.
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Leif should hike in there and look for that paddle.
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Hahahaha, 275-300? 300 in Oh Be is highwater. There is no way there is more than 150 in there right now if the gauge is accurate. Given that there was just a USGS measurement on the slate gauge, I assume it is accurate. I wish there was that much water, tho. Anyone have recent photos?
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Hahahaha, 275-300? 300 in Oh Be is highwater. There is no way there is more than 150 in there right now if the gauge is accurate. Given that there was just a USGS measurement on the slate gauge, I assume it is accurate. I wish there was that much water, tho. Anyone have recent photos?
Here's some shots:




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^^^ awesome, thanks for the photos.
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That's a big 300....
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