Ran this on 10/27/07. Graysontown gauge was 1200 cfs in AM, thought there would be plenty of water. Dropped fast, and we were able to get by well enough, but I wouldn't want to boat it any lower. Next time I paddle this, I am going to ask a landowner for permissiom to launch, and shave off miles of flatwater. It might move quicker at high water, but at lower flows it's not much fun. Very pretty scenery. Saw deer swimming across, great blue herons, and red-tail hawks. If there was a public access about halfway through, this would be a really cool trip.
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