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Some anonymous paddler emailed me the goods on the South Canyon Wave with a USGS gauge #. This run and it's flows are now live. :mrgreen:

Check it out – South Canyon Wave

Are these flow levels accurate for the South Canyon Wave?

Too Low: 0-1000
Low: 1000-3000
Medium: 3000-4000
High: 4000-6000
Crankin: 6000+
 

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Those levels are not right. Anything below 2600 is too low. Anything over 3900 is too high. That is a broad range, but more accurate. It is hard to catch at the right flow becuase the window for good flows is very narrow.
 

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yes, kyle is right. The wave is surfable within that range. I know it's changed in the last few years too.

Paul, the levels you posted are probably good indicators of flow on that section of river. South Canyon wave has a narrower window of when you can surf it.
 

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Thanks for the feedback guys.

How does this sound?
Too Low: 0-2599
Low: 2600-3499
Med: 3500-3699 (ideal)
High: 3700-3899
Crankin: 3900+
 

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sweeeet

now that's its raining let's hope it comes in today or tommorrow... I feel that it will.

-Mike

Pray to the river Gods... please pray
 

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Paul,
on the eddyflower page I expected to see a "Current Level". Is this in the works? I usually add Roring Fork @ Cemetary to the CO SoBlowMe and add a couple for a decent estimate.
Hope this rain gets us there for a day or 2.

BP
 

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A friend was just there before noon today and said it was not in yet.

Peter
 
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