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So if there's 306 right now at Salida, does that mean there's about 200 at Pine Creek?
Is it at a runnable level?
If so, I might be interested in running Pine Creek-Number 5 Monday afternoon.
Can anybody tell me about the flow, and is anybody interested in tomorrow afternoon?
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i think the lowest i've done it was 250ish. i bet she goes all the way down to 100. the flat water from the #s put-in to #1 will probably suck.
 

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Lapping PC Rapid is worthwhile at 200. #'s okay but definitely pushing the low limit of the run.
 

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I did Pine Creek & Numbers today Mike. Pine Creek is still a lot of fun, numbers is okay when you're not dragging along. Based on what I was seeing, I wouid guestimate 175-200 cfs.
 

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So if there's 306 right now at Salida, does that mean there's about 200 at Pine Creek?
Is it at a runnable level?
If so, I might be interested in running Pine Creek-Number 5 Monday afternoon.
Can anybody tell me about the flow, and is anybody interested in tomorrow afternoon?
Thanks -

-Mike


uihhh so did u run it? how was it
 

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uihhh so did u run it? how was it
Thanks for all the input.
I didn't go.
Somebody reminding me about how much the stretch from the #s put-in to #1 would suck -- put me over the edge. Lapping PC rapid woulda been fun, but I can't justify a 2-hour drive for one rapid.
 
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