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Difficulty V
Length 2.7 Miles
Gauge TALLULAH RIVER NEAR CLAYTON, GA
Flow Range 1000 - 5000 CFS
Flow Rate as of: 8 hours ago 50.4 [CFS]
Reach Info Last Updated 01/24/2006 9:46 pm

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According to Will Reeves "Don't even list it. Lots of people have tried it and all of them have hiked off."

How could I not include this one! Both the put in and takeout are easily accessable.

bradley

More from Will
"Boating the Coleman river is absolutely ridiculous. The river has no strainer free rapids and even the flatwater poses a serious strainer hazard. Considering that this "river" flows once every five years it is not worth the danger or effort. Believe me I left a boat here for over a week."

In spite of Will's negative attitude about the run, or maybe as a result of it, a number of groups are waiting for a good rain to give the run a shot. With the drought of the last few years its been hard to catch the run with enough water. I for one am looking forward to hearing the trip reports. bradley

The last mile of the river to the confluence with Tallulah drops at a bit over 400 feet and is full of wood. Be careful.

Jan 2003.

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