Niangua River (MO) Trip On Friday 19 February 2016

StateMissouri
RiverNiangua River
DateExternal site icon Friday 19 February 2016
Related(none)
StartBennett Spring
EndBarclay
Distance6.3 miles
Crew icon CrewFilter icon Arnold, Al
Filter icon Edmond, Brian
Filter icon Edmond, Julian
Filter icon Van Someren, Tom
ConditionGood - Conditions are ideal for a canoe or kayak. Boats typically will drag on fewer than one-quarter of riffles, if at all, and portages are unnecessary or rare. Normal float lengths can be attempted without a problem.
Notes icon NotesThe winds were high this day, making paddling difficult in places. Although the spring keeps this river floatable, the water level was noticeably low in several places.
FishingPoor - 0 - 2 fish caught
Fish icon SpeciesFilter icon Rock Bass / Goggle Eye
Gauge icon GaugeWindyville (06923250)
Discharge97
Height1.86
StatusVerified
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PhotosExternal site icon Flickr Photos (Van Someren)
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Source icon SourceBrian Edmond
Trip ID177
Expedition ID146
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