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Old 05-11-2011, 03:54 PM
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Thanks Hugh, I appreciate the info, Hope you are doing well.
They show a one hour pulse this morning of around 2100 cfs, can you wade through those when they arrive at Nances Ferry?
Thanks Again,
Mike
MtnMike,

I recommend getting you a landmark on the Nances Ferry that you can see when the water is at lower levels. For instance, up from the first big set of riffles there is a big log in the river (left side). When I see a branch of that log sticking a foot or so above the water, the river is lower, then I keep an eye on it occasionally to see if the level has changed. If it disappears altogether it's best to get to the side of the river or out altogether.

Neal
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