Hey a couple of years ago we put on the Upper Salt with just the Indian Permit and not the Forest Service one. THe Indian permit was not that expenisve and allowed us to kayak probably 20+ miles. In those miles down to the Salt flats, I think it was called that, there was good play and at flows around 2000 cfs, It would be worth to buy the Indian permit and go surfin.
P.S. We need your resume faxed or emailed to Three Rivers for the ACA class your teaching- Thanks
If you're looking for some time on the Salt, we have a trip that is putting in on Sunday March 20th...had a couple back out last minute, so we have two open spots (these can be kayakers, raft passengers, or rafters - whatever!). Fun group, experienced boaters...the permit is $45 (the Reservation permits are $20 per day per person - the expensive part!) and we're splitting the food - the menu is terrific! Most of us are leaving this Friday - email me if you're [email protected]
Only requirements - must be laid back and if you want to kayak, have good skills!
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