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If the level stays, at least 250, I'm up for paddling bailey on these days. I get off work at 9 in the morning and could easily be up there by noon. I have been down bailey 50+ times.

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I'm up for a friday run almost certainly. Probably a few others from FC will be as well (except it's not even at 250 yet...I'll go regardless though if it holds 200).
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Ran it last week a couple of time at ~180 CFS. No problem. Still way fun, not at all scrapey, just a few additional boulders to dodge. Down to 180 is still a fun level.

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Hah! I've got ya beat, I've paddled it at 150! Honestly the rapids section was ok, but the class II on the way in and out, that was endless and very crappy. I also have a friend, who ran bailey at 80 cfs, no shit! Today I classify 200cfs as my bare minimum to deal with the flat water, 250 is much better, over 300 you've got nothing to complain about.

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