low water and hiking-strainer on mud creek

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    • #21246
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      at 1 pm on 12/27/2023 the D bridge gage was (-)5 inches.

      on black friday, i hiked into cats paw from river right. nice hike, very scenic.
      the pool at fisherman’s was super low.

      on 12-27-23 i hiked into mud creek, again-nice hike, scenic.
      for the people that might boat it this winter, there is a cedar log across creek.
      currently, it is 2-3 ft above the water, meaning that at doable level-right at water level!!!

      hiking out, from fire-pit – all the way to the parking lot on hwy D (2 miles past campground)
      moving at walking pace, moving branches, marking trees,etc. = 42 minutes
      If (boat-less) at Mud Creek,it is faster to follow trail to hwy d and walk to campground-
      then to bushwhack down to the damn and then follow that trail on river right.

      I hope to see other boaters (hikers) soon

    • #21249
      Katie Leeker
      • Total Posts: 10

      Thanks for letting everyone know 🙂

    • #21283
      Dan Prater
      • Total Posts: 61

      If boatless on river right it’s easier to hike out the crazy Jerry trail>Hwy D>campground than it is to swim across if the level is 7.5 over 😆

      The crazy Jerry trail and mud creek conservation area are cool areas folks should check out

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