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    Default Big South Fork

    We've all read the warnings about how you should avoid being in the stream beds in BSF during a storm. Here are the readings from this morning.





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    Buzz that's only at 25 vertical foot rise. Just step up on a boulder and keep fishing

    60,000 is a good shot, but BSF will hit over 100 grand sometimes

    If you ever paddle or fish there look up on top of the house sized boulders and loot at the trees and logs perched over 45 vertical feet high. Such a dynamic watershed. Was at Honey Creek this summer and BSF was only 13 cfs and under burnt Mill bridge (work just completed there) wasn't enough water to even float a foamie
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    I need pictures to go with these charts. 😅😅

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckypaddler View Post
    Buzz that's only at 25 vertical foot rise. Just step up on a boulder and keep fishing

    60,000 is a good shot, but BSF will hit over 100 grand sometimes
    I may have to take a road trip up there after a significant rainfall someday.
    My posts are worthless without pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robinryder2 View Post
    I need pictures to go with these charts. 
    A time lapse video of it rising would be cool.
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    My buddy is wanting to drive up there after work today. I'll take pics if we do

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    Oh a time lapse would be awesome, that would be worth the drive out there I think.

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    Some pics from yesterday. Got some video too, the river had dropped from around 60000 to 15000-20000 by the time we made it up there

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