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Eggs at noon

Post by Jeff Young on Fri 23 Mar 2012, 11:02 pm

Well, weber just climbed to 507cfs and I'm itching to bump down the Eggs, will be hitting it up at noon. Hit me up if you're interested.
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Post by Craig.Bilderback on Sat 24 Mar 2012, 12:39 am

Down.

What does the wood look like? I was talking to Bill about cleaning eggs this weekend.

I'll probably boogie over to OPP later as well.

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Post by wasatchbill on Sat 24 Mar 2012, 12:57 am

There is a stick in the main flow in the upper bend; at that move right; maybe could eddy out left and get that out.
Noon is near the daily low; can you guys go later? Laps on the bend could be good, but the runout will be bumpy.

noon today ~440
6 PM today ~480
7PM today ~500




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Post by Craig.Bilderback on Sat 24 Mar 2012, 1:15 am

Bill, I am guessing you are to thank (as usual) for the cleared wood.

I'm down for whatever. Maybe I will hit opp earlier. I do want to throw some ends.

What time are you thinking Bill?

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Post by wasatchbill on Sat 24 Mar 2012, 3:24 am

The flow doesn't really spike up till after 6 PM.
550+ would be best for the runout below the drops. Maybe I have less bump tolerance than years past; I remember thinking last summer that the runout below the drops really needs 600 to be good. The bend needs 500; if they are diverting 300, then Gateway@500=200 in the bend; think Narrows @200. I wish we had a way of knowing if they diverted less; if they stopped diverting for a couple hours it would be prime.
Jeff if you have no takers and can't go later than noon, let me know.

I'll have to watch the gauge tomorrow; but I'm thinking laps on the bend @ 5 PM to 7 PM. I'm not convinced about doing the runout, unless it gets over 575.

Edit: it is certainly good to see where all the rocks are right now; in the bend and drops.

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Post by Flying_Spaghetti_Monster on Sat 24 Mar 2012, 10:33 am

The Eggs is to low right now, and the water seems to be dropping lower than yesterday. The Eggs doesn't really come in until much higher. 700 can be fun, but still low for such a large river bed.
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