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Guage: Nashwaak River @ Durham Bridge

18.18m Pete says, "If the water is at the top of the pier footing on river left it is too low. We ran it at this level a few weeks back and pushed our boats down through, didn't have to get out but you don't get a break or else you will be sitting still."

Tom says, "Don't go if below pier, 6 inches above is good, 18 inches above is a blast."
18.54m Rudi says, "Could have used another foot of water, but still very runnable."
19.16m John Smart says, "At put-in on rte 620, water was about 4"-6" over concrete footing. Most rocks covered, some only just. Quite fast running. Lovely!"
20.06m Rob M. says, " A few of us ran the South Tay in late October last year at 3 feet plus over the pier and I would describe it as a purely defensive run. Thankfully no one flipped in the upper half as canoe retrieval would have been a challenge. The extra foot of water changes this river from a casual fun run to a serious nervous run. We did flip on an eddy line right after the falls on a tight right line and went about a mile before getting the boat to shore."
19.2m Tom says, "Just enough water, lots of rock to avoid but not many big waves. About 4 inches of water on pier when we started. Caution!! There is a new channel about 1-2 km above the old fish hatchery. DO NOT TAKE THE NEW CHANNEL. The original channel makes a 90 degree right hand turn, with the new channel going straight and looks to be completely blocked by sweepers. About 3/4 of the river flow takes the new channel but there is still plenty of flow in the old channel. The remainder of the river is otherwise free and clear of debris."

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