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MFS Preseason vs. Cache la Poudre I don't think this subject has been posted before and may be mainly for CO front rangers who have experience with both rivers. I have been invited... 11-01-2015 at 13:27 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Blaster Modification Re: Homemade blasters: ##41 HS drill propane into the throat of a 2.5" to 3/4" bell reducer un regulated makes a mighty fine burner. output 200000... 11-01-2015 at 10:38 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Gaco Neoprene Coating Another option is a flex polyurethane atop the neoprene; wonderful stuff on old boats 11-01-2015 at 10:18 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
$75 Project Maravia Another option is to coat the entire boat with a 40d flex polyurethane. 2 gallons will add 15 lbs to the base weight. It wouldn't do any thing for... 11-01-2015 at 10:08 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Worst deals out there. Pretty nice boat with what looks like a nice bimini top not saying its worth the asking price but yours better be gold plated if you think it's worth... 11-01-2015 at 09:30 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Whitewater Forum : Middle middle Author: Jaythomasneely
Subject: Middle middle
Posted: 01 Nov 2015 at 7:27am

On my way back from der town this morning, anyone keen on a middle middle lap at around 11?
11-01-2015 at 07:27 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Whitewater Forum : Pilchuck response team Author: jonlcrain
Subject: Pilchuck response team
Posted: 01 Nov 2015 at 7:14am

If anyone heads out to Pilchuck take some photos in the upper section for the new guidebook!!!
11-01-2015 at 07:14 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Whitewater Forum : High water park and play Author: water wacko
Subject: High water park and play
Posted: 01 Nov 2015 at 7:12am

What level did you have?

11-01-2015 at 07:12 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Whitewater Forum : High water park and play Author: NateW
Subject: High water park and play
Posted: 01 Nov 2015 at 6:32am

The wood situation wasn't too terrible by Rodeo hole. Only a few decent sized pieces came down when we were at the river right wave at drunkards (aka jacuzzi wave). Hawaii 5.0 looked pretty nasty, not sure it will be back like it was last fall.

Peshastin looked like it was as much mud and wood as it was water. When we went past the confluence yesterday, it was like passing the little colorado while chucking out a steady stream of wood. It really was something else.
11-01-2015 at 06:32 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Elbow Pain and Cobra Locks - Some observations ---Quote (Originally by DoStep)--- Braces, ice, ibuprofen, and changing oar locks are no match for elbow-area pain in which decades have been spent... 11-01-2015 at 05:51 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Help me understand this Grand Canyon Heli rescue Umm, Moe, I don't think alcohol or anything else mentioned in your post had anything to do with the original post, any part of the discussion, or any... 11-01-2015 at 05:30 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Worst deals out there. If this boat is worth 7000 then my cat is worth at least 20,000 SWEET RIG, 14'6" Cataraft (http://denver.craigslist.org/boa/5236899153.html) 11-01-2015 at 04:38 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Elbow Pain and Cobra Locks - Some observations I'll take those Cobras if your still thinking of getting rid of them. Sent from my iPhone using Mountain Buzz 11-01-2015 at 04:11 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Whitewater Forum : High water park and play Author: water wacko
Subject: High water park and play
Posted: 01 Nov 2015 at 3:31am

The play run is getting some love, hopefully the wood stops coming down by the time I get there.
11-01-2015 at 03:31 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Whitewater Forum : High water park and play Author: water wacko
Subject: High water park and play
Posted: 01 Nov 2015 at 3:24am

No idea. It was Ottawa sized when I saw it last, probably bigger.. I was scared. Yesterday you could just make out the big rocks on either side making the pinch, but at 70k there was a nice big grey tongue pushing through, no wave. And the rocks were flushing pourovers.
11-01-2015 at 03:24 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Royal Gorge - Sunday - 11/1/15 See you there Sent from my iPhone using Mountain Buzz 11-01-2015 at 00:16 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Is it worth is to go to Pueblo or Canon City WW Parks? 600 to 800 is still fun in Pueblo. Warmer air temps Sent from my iPhone using Mountain Buzz 11-01-2015 at 00:15 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Gaco Neoprene Coating Like I said before, we did not use without thinning....I'm pretty sure they did before me but it blistered. Never for pin holes or wear spots. We... 11-01-2015 at 00:10 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Whitewater Forum : High water park and play Author: kurle
Subject: High water park and play
Posted: 31 Oct 2015 at 11:08pm

Originally posted by water wacko

Cable Wave was a was, but I think around 40k or a little lower on the main should make it niiice.

anyone actually surf on this mythical creature? sounds enticing!
10-31-2015 at 23:08 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Royal Gorge - Sunday - 11/1/15 Where and when are you meeting? I'd like to get in the gorge tomorrow. Sent from my iPhone using Mountain Buzz 10-31-2015 at 23:01 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Portable water heater/hot tub ---Quote (Originally by FrankC)--- You can use an empty bucket boat as the hot tub. ---End Quote--- Just make sure you roll it up and pack it out... 10-31-2015 at 22:31 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Whitewater Forum : sauk on sat and sunday Author: plumb328
Subject: sauk on sat and sunday
Posted: 31 Oct 2015 at 9:08pm

Heading to the sauk if anyone wants to meet let me know
10-31-2015 at 21:08 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Whitewater Forum : Middle middle Author: tiziak
Subject: Middle middle
Posted: 31 Oct 2015 at 8:43pm

That was totally sick
10-31-2015 at 20:43 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Gaco Neoprene Coating Fabric will be way cheaper than the paint. 10-31-2015 at 20:39 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Whitewater Forum : Middle middle Author: dave
Subject: Middle middle
Posted: 31 Oct 2015 at 8:33pm

So, I got my plumbing fixed and thought I would do a quuck MM run today. I parked at Aframe and put in solo for a shorter run. I thought it was atound 5 to 8 k max. Well, I thought I was going to die but precious experiance at high water said to stay in the middle. I blew by the takeout about 20 min later and barley maid it off. I found out later it was around 20k! I was in my playboat....
10-31-2015 at 20:33 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Whitewater Forum : Sultan Release 11/1 Author: kevinh
Subject: Sultan Release 11/1
Posted: 31 Oct 2015 at 8:25pm

Whoa
This is awesome. Does it work better to set shuttle before getting to the dam? Looks like it would save a bunch of time. Anyone want to meet me in sultan before the release to set shuttle?
972-971-7218
10-31-2015 at 20:25 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Whitewater Forum : Tilton in/gauge not updated Author: imageAK
Subject: Tilton in/gauge not updated
Posted: 31 Oct 2015 at 8:00pm

Its clear of wood i was on it yesterday at 2500 and everything was good!
10-31-2015 at 20:00 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
oar locks vs pins and clips just found the other 5 pages of this discusion Sorry for beating a dead horse 10-31-2015 at 19:21 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Whitewater Forum : High water park and play Author: Ellingferd
Subject: High water park and play
Posted: 31 Oct 2015 at 7:14pm

is there eddy service
10-31-2015 at 19:14 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Whitewater Forum : Green Sunday to be at 5k Author: plumb328
Subject: Green Sunday to be at 5k
Posted: 31 Oct 2015 at 6:54pm

I want to go down the Green. Never been. anyone up for going
10-31-2015 at 18:54 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Whitewater Forum : High water park and play Author: water wacko
Subject: High water park and play
Posted: 31 Oct 2015 at 6:51pm

Cable Wave was a was, but I think around 40k or a little lower on the main should make it niiice.
10-31-2015 at 18:51 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Whitewater Forum : Green Sunday to be at 5k Author: kebm1979
Subject: Green Sunday to be at 5k
Posted: 31 Oct 2015 at 6:42pm

I can't go tomorrow, but the Green should be around 5k for the next couple of days.

Glad we are getting some rain.

k
10-31-2015 at 18:42 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
The State of the Art in Telemark I'd say that the type is more dependent on the type of skiing you will be doing than whether you are alpine or telemark. Backcountry? Inbounds? ... 10-31-2015 at 18:42 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Gaco Neoprene Coating Thanks guys, useful insight. The boat is vulcanized neoprene, a 95 dib. I bought if of a retired guide that practically stole (got cheap) from the... 10-31-2015 at 18:37 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
oar locks vs pins and clips I row with a couple of fellows that swear by pins. I use oar locks. We have had multiple discusions on the subject. I just wanted to get some... 10-31-2015 at 18:28 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Whitewater Forum : Wenatchee Sunday? Author: scott_has
Subject: Wenatchee Sunday?
Posted: 31 Oct 2015 at 6:12pm

Anyone going be out there?
10-31-2015 at 18:12 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
The State of the Art in Telemark Good thought about the cores weakening, Catwoman. Our existing stuff is mounted with G3 Targas, and I "think" the hole pattern is the same for the... 10-31-2015 at 18:09 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Best maps for your local rivers. How about another direction for the topic. I find the best river maps are the ones I make myself and add notes to over the years. I find for the most... 10-31-2015 at 17:36 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
oar locks vs pins and clips ---Quote (Originally by curtis catman)--- Let's hear the good and the bad ---End Quote--- Oarlocks good.. pins and clips bad!! 10-31-2015 at 17:10 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Hockey helmet for kayaking? HH with a cage makes sense, but without one why bother? A simple full cut predator would offer same coverage.....one thing I don't think has been... 10-31-2015 at 16:51 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Is it worth is to go to Pueblo or Canon City WW Parks? ---Quote (Originally by steven)--- montrose ---End Quote--- The South Canal is off, I would suspect Montrose is not very good. 10-31-2015 at 16:44 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Middle Park spring stoneflies I have a friend who guides on the Smith- you simply haven't hit it right. It can be epic Sent from my SM-N900V using Mountain Buzz mobile app 10-31-2015 at 16:08 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Gaco Neoprene Coating For wear spots like the guide seat you would be much better off with a professionally installed wear patch. It will last longer, look better, and... 10-31-2015 at 14:36 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Whitewater Forum : Sultan Release 11/1 Author: okeefe
Subject: Sultan Release 11/1
Posted: 31 Oct 2015 at 2:04pm

From the flow study:

lowest boatable flow: 300cfs
lowest acceptable technical trip: 450cfs
lowest optimal technical trip: 600cfs
transition between technical and standard trip: 750cfs
lowest optimal standard trip: 900cfs
transition between standard and big water boating: 1000cfs
lowest optimal bigwater boating: 1200cfs
highest safe flow: 2000cfs

Single flow preference: 1000cfs (range of 700 to 1000cfs)--i.e. if you could choose one flow, what would it be?

A lot of choices out there but hopefully someone takes advantage of this. It's a little bit of an experiment. The idea was to provide an experience when flows are up and provide certainty that whitewater boating would be available (and avoid the situation where it looks like there will be a boating opportunity but then it drops out at 8am just as you are about to head out).
10-31-2015 at 14:04 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Help me understand this Grand Canyon Heli rescue Phillip touched on a few things I see and believe. It made me think of what I thought trips may think of to check themselves. I don't believe I am... 10-31-2015 at 13:56 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Gaco Neoprene Coating By salty, I mean wayne23, who says he used it on Green River and Leyland boats, which were vulcanized neoprene. Leylands probably date back to the... 10-31-2015 at 13:42 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Gaco Neoprene Coating Soooooo salty ;) How would this compare to urethane, like the system 6 mentioned above, it's a paint too and it's thin, even after a few coats,... 10-31-2015 at 12:23 Mountain Buzz Colorado, Western US and everywhere else
Whitewater Forum : Stilly? Author: JoesKayak
Subject: Stilly?
Posted: 31 Oct 2015 at 10:48am

The levels this morning (7.5 - 8) looked great. But now that it's shooting up to 12 feet.... uh...

Be safe out there!
10-31-2015 at 10:48 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Whitewater Forum : Middle middle Author: FLUID
Subject: Middle middle
Posted: 31 Oct 2015 at 10:17am

10k is awesome and not too high there are some really fun big wave trains ... It goes higher and is big but clean, the real issues at these flows is wood coming down stream with you ? Also at 4,000 and above he SF snoqualmie section below twin falls is really good at high flows like this .... I'll be out there somewhere today
10-31-2015 at 10:17 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity
Whitewater Forum : Stilly? Author: snowplower
Subject: Stilly?
Posted: 31 Oct 2015 at 10:06am

Trevor wants to get on Silly Stilly.
Give a call 425-387-4016
10-31-2015 at 10:06 Professor Paddle Washington, Oregon and vicinity