Not commonly run by whitewater boaters, due to its scarcity of rapids, but because this stretch is dependent on dam release, it may be running when nothing else is.
Distances and gradient measured using GIS tools in 2015.
Public access and parking is available on river left off of Bootys Crossing Rd.
Presumed runnable (current beta needed)
Potential sieve hazard at low levels
Runnable at medium levels far left and low levels just about anywhere, per Texas Whitewater.
Low-water crossing just below Country Club Rd may create a sieve hazard at low levels.
Public access is available at river left on the downstream side of the bridge via a dirt turnout. Access to the turnout is at the end of W. Morrow St., next to Duke's Steakhouse.
Take out at river left above the dam
Low bridge poses a hazard at some levels.
ok umm this part of the river is not so good. It stinks and water is BLACK. Other then that the water moves fast but not that many rapids. Few low water crossings but thats about it. Wouldnt recommend it
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