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  Pam is correct
  Posted by: paddledad on Oct-04-13 9:09 AM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Oct-04-13 9:20 AM EST --

about the sections above the spring, probably too low. But at 1.74 on the Steelville gauge (which is pretty reliable for sections above that as well) that's 219 cfs, which is a pretty good level for Ozark streams.
After the spring dumps in, I've never floated it when it was too low. Not trying to sway, just my perspective.

But then, I've got this scow that Bob dumped on me and don't worry too much about occasional scrapes. :)
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