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anyone know if the river has much water. someone told my wife that the river is very low and they were thinking of shutting it down due to bacteria. Anyone have any real info out there so I don't waste my time with going yet. Hate to burn days looking at rocks and floating in the camp water hose. LOL thanks for any info folks!
 

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The Marshall said:
Well, well...Its ole waterspout!

I wil get a first hand report and call you tonite
cool! wheres my booooodan! also, I been on a week long crappie killing!

LouieB said:
yeah, I'm suppose to be there next weekend through the entire week.

I guess we can bring a kiddie pool and fill it up and put our chairs in there.
Not what I had in mind there Louie. I was thinking skin! LOL My son is 17 and we will get board sitting around watching Kiddie pools! rotfl!
 

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I was there last weekend and i go annually, my aunt has a house on the river in sattler. The water was the lowest i have ever seen it. It is still flowing but there is alot of walking to do and it takes forever. The forth of july crowd was there thick on saturday. My aunt has an island in front of her house so people like to rest there. I saw one girl try to get out of the rain and fall down the hill. A little intoxicated. One threw up in her bushes and one decided to go pee over there aswell. On sunday there was no one on the river. It went from one extreme to the other. The outflow is 114 cfs which is not very good. If you have the option i would wait for rain.
 

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well I knopw the Comal is alway loaded with it. several years back my son ripped his foot open, went to the ER and when they found out it was in that river he got first treatment. if it's real low that water will warm up quick too. I know there are some river rats on here.
 

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thanks aggie! Man that bites. Looks like I'll have to go do some salt or crappie again! Leaky had zero water the 4th weekend. Pffftt, messing up our summer now aint right.
 

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Its low and the flow is less than 100 fps

bring a metal finder there's lots of jewelry in that river
With ten thousand people walking kick rocks last week all ready I bet there's not much. Besides the locals are on to those tricks bro. I dive up a few up there that that's all the do for a living is get glasses and jewelry and resale. Heck of a summer job.
 

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Was just there this weekend. Water was to low to float. We floated the Comal. Be careful of the new noise law on the river. If your radio can be heard 50ft away its against the law and enforced. Got the ticket to prove it lol.

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Fellas, I've given up on the Gaudalupe in the last ten years. You should try the Nueces down near Laguna, or Park Chalk Bluff. The water is freaking beautiful, clear ,cool and clean. Lots of narrows near chalk bluff to tube thru and tons of wildlife. Its a 4 1/2 hour trip from houston, but well worth it. I love it there, Have fun G.
 

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Shin-Diggin said:
Was just there this weekend. Water was to low to float. We floated the Comal. Be careful of the new noise law on the river. If your radio can be heard 50ft away its against the law and enforced. Got the ticket to prove it lol.

SD
Considering how well sound travels across water, I bet they are getting
alot of revenue...
 

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Park Chalk Bluff is awesome, long drive, but worth it...

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Fellas, I've given up on the Gaudalupe in the last ten years. You should try the Nueces down near Laguna, or Park Chalk Bluff. The water is freaking beautiful, clear ,cool and clean. Lots of narrows near chalk bluff to tube thru and tons of wildlife. Its a 4 1/2 hour trip from houston, but well worth it. I love it there, Have fun G.
 

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lone star said:
Fellas, I've given up on the Gaudalupe in the last ten years. You should try the Nueces down near Laguna, or Park Chalk Bluff. The water is freaking beautiful, clear ,cool and clean. Lots of narrows near chalk bluff to tube thru and tons of wildlife. Its a 4 1/2 hour trip from houston, but well worth it. I love it there, Have fun G.
You got anymore info on that area or Place you mention. I need a road trip and some floatable water.

Shin-Diggin said:
Was just there this weekend. Water was to low to float. We floated the Comal. Be careful of the new noise law on the river. If your radio can be heard 50ft away its against the law and enforced. Got the ticket to prove it lol.

SD
Forgot about that. Glad you reminded me or my son would have twenty tickets a day! LOL
 

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If anyone is going to be at Park Chalk Bluff July 27th-30th, let me know, I'll be right down the road (walking distance)...pop a top and be merry :dance:

Sorry, we now join our Guadalupe River post already in progress.
I'm a bad hijack'r today :D
 
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