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I was on the river right around the same time you were, however, i was kayaking, and i will agree the water was very swift. My father and i started at the state park and took out at fredericktown ( we ran eagle rapid and played a little then walked back up stream) we had no mishaps. it took us a little less than 2 hours to complete this run (usually taking 3-3 1/2 hours if not more) anyways, the river was a blast and wished it ran at these levels year round, but take caution as the previous comment stated, you will need to have some experience when the river is flowing at higher levels
11 years ago
by Bruce & Ruth Martin
When the gauge reads 300 cfs it is roughly equal to 1' (min. for paddling) on the gauge on the bridge at the state park. You can get the gauge reading from the ranger at the park; call (330)385-3091.
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