Current River (MO) Trip On Thursday 29 August 2019

StateMissouri
RiverCurrent River
DateExternal site icon Thursday 29 August 2019
RelatedThree (3) related trips, totalling 17.2 miles:
Current River (MO) Trip On Wednesday 28 August 2019
Current River (MO) Trip On Thursday 29 August 2019 (this trip)
Current River (MO) Trip On Friday 30 August 2019
StartBig Creek
EndCave Spring
Distance12 miles
Crew icon CrewFilter icon Bartlett, Renee
Filter icon Bartlett, Stephanie
Filter icon Edmond, Brian
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 NotesWe broke camp around 1130 hours and took our time paddling downstream. We stopped at Welch Spring and Medlock Cave along the way for photos. We lost track of Tom and Renee just downstream from Akers and paddled through the early evening to find them setup at Cave Spring. This night, we setup our tents to ward off the dew. The night and next morning were somewhat overcast and cool. Dinner tonight was burgers, corn on the cob, potato salad, beans, avocado / mango salsa, among other things.
FishingPoor - 0 - 2 fish caught
Fish icon SpeciesFilter icon Smallmouth Bass
Gauge icon GaugeAkers (07064533)
Discharge490
Height1.49
StatusProvisional
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Source icon SourceBrian Edmond
Trip ID316
Expedition ID257
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