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How is BV Looking? (My Annual Question)

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How is BV Looking? (My Annual Question)

Post by Wil on Thu 07 May 2015, 12:26 pm

Just seeing if anyone has any info on BV?  I see Deer Creek is releasing almost 400CFS, and I thought the formula was to subtract 200CFS from that for the power plant to get the BV flow.  Is it in the 200ish range, and has anyone been down yet?  I saw someone on FB said it was at 160 this past weekend.  Just want to get on it before it ends (maybe only a 15 minute window this year).

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Re: How is BV Looking? (My Annual Question)

Post by Hobble Creek on Mon 18 May 2015, 3:37 pm

We ran it Saturday at 150cfs higher than it is today and it was very boney.

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