Salt River (MO) Trip On Thursday 25 July 2019

StateMissouri
RiverSalt River
DateExternal site icon Thursday 25 July 2019
Related(none)
StartSee Spillway
EndCincinnati Road
Distance7 miles
Crew icon CrewFilter icon Edmond, Brian
Filter icon Edmond, Julian
Filter icon Grote, Camryn
Filter icon Grote, Chase
Filter icon Ince, Hunter
Filter icon Jensen, Braden
Filter icon Richards, Megan
Filter icon Smith, Andy
Filter icon Smith, Ayla
Filter icon Smith, Benson
Filter icon Smith, Brianne
Filter icon Smith, Keegan
Filter icon Zappala, Gary
Filter icon Zappala, Gianna
Filter icon Zappala, Grant
Filter icon Zappala, Kim
ConditionHigh - The river is high and potentially dangerous, especially for the young and / or inexperienced. Normal stream obstacles are sometimes difficult to navigate. Extended distances can be attempted, but canoe travel may not be advisable.
Notes icon NotesThe Corps was releasing water from the flood gates but also started generating water at noon. The siren didn't sound but Brianne said she heard the turbines start up. The water was flowing well until about two miles from the take out where it slowed considerably, presumably because of the influence of the re-regulation dam (we've noticed this in past years, too).
Fishing(none)
Fish icon Species
Gauge icon GaugeCenter (05507800)
Discharge3210
Height7.57
StatusVerified
Links(none)
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Route KML
River
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Source icon SourceBrian Edmond
Trip ID307
Expedition ID252
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