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My trip down the Salt River @2700cfs

Filmed from my 13ft NRS Outlaw. The water dropped from 3000 to 2600cfs by the time we took out. It was super rowdy at these flows but way fun.

https://youtu.be/FcMMsI8Q-o0

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Nice lines! Thanks for the journey. Hope to run it next year.
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Man, that looked fun!
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excellent video, thanks for sharing

how did the IK boater do at your levels, looks like a fun ride in a IK!
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After the first day and probably 4 swims, the person in the IK decided it was too rowdy and rolled it up until the end of the trip 😂😂. Exactly what I had predicted would happen


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excellent video, thanks for sharing

how did the IK boater do at your levels, looks like a fun ride in a IK!
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Excellent video, I really enjoyed it. Thank you.
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Was there in April. Luckily no drysuits were needed. Great river....when did you guys run it?
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We ran it from March 22-27. Perfect temps and no bugs

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Was there in April. Luckily no drysuits were needed. Great river....when did you guys run it?
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Awesome video. Probably the best I have seen of the Salt. Too hard for me to get south during ski season, but this has renewed my interest. A bucket list river for me, for sure.
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I think we where there right before you. I happened to meet electric mayhem at the put in. We where at 3800cfs. My video editing skills are not quite as good as yours.. some of my titles got messed up and my last song didn't load.

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