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Water Levels in the BWCA

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Has anybody heard or been on the Moose River recently? I was wondering how low the water is and if it's making for a tough trip.

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My bro-in-law just got back last friday and another guy I know just came back this weekend both from the Nina-Moose River EP, #16 I think. They both said the Moose River was very very low. MOstly pushing through the grassy weeds.

My bro in law came out on the moose river and he said the the 5+ inches of rain raised the river level about the same amount, but that its still pretty low.

Keep watching the weather reports and hoping for more rain.

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Yeah, if I had it my way I'd like it to rain up until Friday and then dry out for a day before I go in on Saturday, then stay nice for about 4-5 days :-)

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Not sure about Moose, but we were out in those 3 major downpours on Jul 30 and 31. 5-6 inches total for sure. We went in Sunday and out Wednesday on Little Indian Sioux River and the usual low spots just before Upper Pauness going in were up quite a bit for the time of year, and we had absolutely no problem -- noticed a major level rise -- on the way out.

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