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Bridgeport falls paddiling trails #12344421
07/17/17 07:35 PM
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New to the forum anyone with info on this yak trip would be helpful

Re: Bridgeport falls paddiling trails [Re: Bass fingers] #12344540
07/17/17 08:42 PM
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Last time I was there, a couple of months ago, a steel bridge over the river was wiped out in flooding and blocking passage with a huge log/bridge jam. It was about 30 minute slow paddle to this location. When it was open, it was a nice trip.

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