Wood in the Tieton

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Wood in the Tieton

Postby fridayboatclub » Mon Sep 01, 2014 2:27 pm

on Friday 8/29 there were several large logs in play. By Saturday most had floated away or shifted. As of Sunday there was still a log in High Noon right behind the pillow rock, blind from upstream. You can still go right or left of the pillow rock. Between the Windy Point bridges there is a large log just hanging on to the left bank. If it moves it could block the whole channel somewhere. Keep your eyes open!
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Re: Wood in the Tieton

Postby rutrow » Tue Sep 02, 2014 10:53 am

log in high noon (in the center) was removed Sunday night with some pretty fancy kayaking and pullies. But watch out for new stuff as the river flow increases
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