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#11668316 - 06/15/16 07:47 AM PK Dam
Capblue02 Offline
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Registered: 04/01/10
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I see that the release is now down to 650cfs. Is this kayakable/fishable? I have only been out there once and the release was around 190cfs.

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#11669045 - 06/15/16 11:48 AM Re: PK Dam [Re: Capblue02]
BruceV9er Offline
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Registered: 04/15/13
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Loc: North Fort Worth/Keller, TX
This is manageable with the right kayak system (IMO). I run Red-5 up the PK/Brazos river at 500-600 late last year. My Hobie pedal system allowed me to push my kayak towards the dam. Although, a little more strength and repetition with my foot pedaling, I was able to get to the dam at about 40 minutes. Now, using your arm strength for paddling, may/will be a bit of a struggle. I'd recommend going only a short distance past the bridge. Stay closer to launch point in case of unforeseen circumstances. Stay Safe!
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