we ran it at 700 cfs and it was low, but runnable. i don't think i would go back at that level. at 1000 cfs it was fun and not too rocky.
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Coyote Falls is not
400 CFS is *really* low. I think a more reasonable low-runnable flow would be somewhere around 700 CFS.
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