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The Poudre peaks the first or second week of June on average. Dry, hot years will bring the peak near the end of May. It hasn't been really warm this year and it is only the 25th of May and the Poudre hit 4500 cfs today! That is a big flow for the Poudre and there are 2-3 week left before the snowpack has blown it's wad.:eek2:
 

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The Poudre peaks the first or second week of June on average. Dry, hot years will bring the peak near the end of May. It hasn't been really warm this year and it is only the 25th of May and the Poudre hit 4500 cfs today! That is a big flow for the Poudre and there are 2-3 week left before the snowpack has blown it's wad.:eek2:
Good grief. We did not get nearly that much snow jeez.
 

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Yup, fished the Blue through Silverthorne yesterday, since it is one of the only moving water options near me right now. It gets old, hooking a fish, runs you into current where you can't keep up, and then goodbye!

Fishing pieces are coming off of the raft frame. It's time for some whitewater fun for a while.
 

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It gets those big numbers, because it's so wide. Lots of water passing by, but not as fast as the numbers would lead you to believe.
 
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