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Thread: Upper kenai is a "Tad" high

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    Default Upper kenai is a "Tad" high

    Taken yesterday afternoon....Im thinking she is running a bit above normal
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    Yea, I thought it was jusy slightly higher when I was there yesterday than it was a few weeks back...

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    It's nice to be able to launch your boat right there in the road, no?
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    Wow, that is high. Did you fish it? If so how was it?

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    I did not fish it. A buddy worked the bridge in a driter for a bit yesterday. Had to row his arse off to get under the bridge. Caught a few small fish. Then blasted to sportsmans without stopping. Took just under 2.5 hours to make the float. That is moving
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    That's not high, but this is.

    Forgot to add that Jim's is closed due to flooding up past the bend in the driveway.


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    That is unreal.., can you even drift a boat under the bridge?

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