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Difficulty I-II
Length 19 Miles
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Reach Info Last Updated 07/15/2017 3:41 am

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This stretch is pretty and is a good scenic beginners float.
To start at the dam, bushwack through alot of reeds, and right after you get through the brush, river-center there is a one-shot, green, steep, wave that you can throw air-blunts on. Its flat from there on out and then there is a hole during the middle of the run. You can drive along the river-right hand side of the river, but it is a major off-road trail, and TONS of sand. So if you've got a tight truck, you might be able to park and play there, otherwise don't bother. The hole/spillover comes in over 1000cfs.
AZ ELF Boaters, get out there if you can because it is probably the best, and closest thing you've got!

Dubbed "Grace of God Dam". See:  HUCKIN HUGE

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To find out flows you have to call the horseshoe lake dam.

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Tonto National Forest Draft Plan Open for Public Comment (AZ)

1/21/2020
Kestrel Kunz

The Tonto National Forest is revising their forest-wide Management Plan for the first time since 1985. On December 13, 2019 they officially released the Draft Plan and Draft Environmental Impact Assessment (DEIS) for a 90-day comment period ending on March 12, 2020. Forest Plans are vitally important as they are the blueprint for resource management and they provide an opportunity to secure better protections for rivers and their surrounding landscapes. As part of the plan revision process, the Forest Service is required to rely on public input to inform management direction, plan components, and new designated areas. Read on to hear about the public meetings that are happening this week!

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AW launches Important Flow Studies on Arizona streams.

4/7/2014
Nathan Fey

Camp Verde, AZ - As part of our Colorado River Basin Project, AW has launched two new surveys of the effects of streamflows on recreation quality. If you have paddled the Verde River or the Bill Williams River, and are knowledgable about water levels - we need your input!

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Kestrel Kunz

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Dannie Keil

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Craig Irwin

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Revisions

Revision #Revision DateAuthorComment
1208068 07/15/17 Kestrel Kunz
1205866 02/10/16 Dannie Keil
1204358 03/20/15 Craig Irwin 2015
1189926 11/13/08 n/a n/a