Texas Whitewater lists this as a hypothetical run, but it has since been run by locals. Distances and gradient measured using GIS tools in 2015.
From the put-in to E. Frankford Road, there is some potential for play. There are also 2 strainers to watch out for. From E. Frankford Road to McCoy, they are reconstructing the stream bed. They have built at least three low-head dams, with more on the way. The first one is about 100 yards downstream of E. Frankford Road. It has a small slide in the center. The rest are all short vertical ledge/drops that might be playable at high levels.
Look for 1.5 to 2+ inches of rain.
Permits are not required for this reach.
We have no additional detail on this route.
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Some of the other dams (dry)
1st low head dam (dry)
Typical Furneaux Creek (dry)
Bridge @ josey ln (dry)
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