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Catskills Area Reaches
Basic Creek Batavia Kill Bear Kill
Beaver Kill (Delaware Trib) Beaver Kill (Hudson Trib) Beer Kill
Beer Kill, W. Branch Bowery Creek Bush Kill
Callicoon Creek, E. Branch Callicoon Creek, N. Branch Catskill Creek (1.)
Catskill Creek (2.) Catskill Creek (4.) Claverack Creek
Coxing Kill Delaware Delaware, E. Branch
Delaware, W. Branch Little Delaware Dry Brook
East Kill Esopus Creek (1) Esopus Creek (2)
Esopus Creek (3) Esopus Creek (4) Esopus Creek (5)
Hannacrois Creek Kaaterskill Creek (1.) Kaaterskill Creek (2.)
Kinderhook Creek (3.) Kiskatom Creek Mombaccus Creek
Mill Brook Neversink (1.) Neversink, E. Branch
Neversink, W. Branch Peters Kill Platte Kill
Plattekill Creek Potic Creek Roeliff Jansen Kill (1)
Roeliff Jansen Kill (2) Rochester Creek Rondout Creek (1)
Rondout Creek (2) Rondout Creek (3) Sandburg Creek
Saw Kill (1) Saw Kill (2) Saw Kill (3)
Schoharie Creek (1.) Schoharie Creek (2.) Shingle Kill Creek
Squirmer Creek Stony Clove Creek Ten Mile Creek
Thorp Creek Tremper Kill Wallkill
West Kill Woodland Creek Vly Creek
Downstate New York Area Reaches
Beer Kill Beer Kill, W. Branch
Callicoon Creek, E. Branch Callicoon Creek, N. Branch
Coxing Kill Croton
Delaware (1.) Delaware (2. Mongaup Wave)
Delaware (3.) Fishkill Creek
Mombaccus Creek Mongaup
Moodna Creek Neversink (1.)
Neversink (2.) Neversink, E. Branch
Peters Kill Pocantico
Popolopen Brook Ramapo
Rochester Creek Rondout Creek (1.)
Rondout Creek (2.) Rondout Creek (3.)
Sandburg Creek Stony Brook (1.)
Stony Brook (2.) Wallkill
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correction.. we ran this at 20ft... im not sure what that would be in CFS..it was big... and it was march 12th.. not the 17th.. sorry
we ran this on march 17th 2011.. this was a awesome run. we hiked up from the bridge on 55 towards the base of the falls as far as we could..put in started out class 3 and 4..go around a left bend then eddy out left this will be your first rapid..there is an old damn river left of the island. u wanna run the dam down the tounge towards river right.. if u go left u might not come out..damn runs into some good cushy stuff that involves lots of mysteries..ride the pillow around the corner.. get ready to boof the center line..about a 5 foot drop..i this rapid was def class 5 rapid..take a quick break eddy out left again..we started river left here..(i think u can run right too... scout it) start left.. drive hard right.. huge boof goin righ toff ledge.. drop about 6 feet onto the diagnol.. hang on keep driving right and ride the 90degree corner out...if u get left ur gettin flipped in the toilet bet thingy inside the corner... right after corner there is a 3 feet litle pour over about 20 feet wide in the center of river... its easy to avoid...quickly eddy out next rapid is right there. we eddy out left here again.. but there ir a right side line that could be good.. there was a log in it...we ran center line in between to big rock.. this line is tricky..u gotta drive hard right in between the rocks.. if u fall off left ur going about 10 feet down on nasty rocks... u stay right u got ur self a sweet line that is smooth with a cool boof!.. now u will be at a little lake.. there is a man made dam.. we went down it farrrrr right on a little channel...eddy out right immediatly.. the big boy is next...scout goooood! there was wood everywheres here..dont even think about running the left side of the island.. its all rock..go right...run down.. this drop starts out with 100 feet of class 3 little FU spots..theres two small birch trees that were alive standing in the water..we went left of them but stayed real tight to them..then ur on a manky drops and rocks for about 10 feet.. this will very easily mess u up.. keep paddling dirivng right.. paddly right into the diagnol coming from river right...keep in mind. this is almost vertical... hit the diagnol..then u got about 20 foot vertical into the bottom... hole didnt seem bad at all but the boild wants to beat u up on the wall...trust me i know. then ur done.. class 3 for quarter mile.. get out at bridge.. we have a video and pics we will get up.... enjoy this run... its great!
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