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Thread: TSCA Upper Napa River Row & Roister, Sunday March 22, 2020

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    Default TSCA Upper Napa River Row & Roister, Sunday March 22, 2020

    Everyone's invited to join us on the Upper Napa on Sunday, March 22. We'll be dawdling to not get ahead of the tide, so launch at 11, lunch soon after at Downtown Joe's.

    While outboards are OK up to Oxbow Preserve, the river gets enough snags and shallows that you'll want to paddle or row from there on up. Goal is to reach Trancas Crossing park, which requires a high tide to get under the bridge.

    Pics from the 2018 row -

    Milliken Creek




    Upper reaches -


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    Default Re: TSCA Upper Napa River Row & Roister, Sunday March 22, 2020

    How far you go? That looks fun in the skiff or the duck punt.

    Peace,
    Hmmm...

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    Default Re: TSCA Upper Napa River Row & Roister, Sunday March 22, 2020

    Some of the boats turn around at Milliken Creek, others stick with us to Trancas Crossing Park and sometimes beyond that if time, tide and weather allow.




    Quote Originally Posted by amish rob View Post
    How far you go? That looks fun in the skiff or the duck punt.

    Peace,
    Hmmm...
    Last edited by Thorne; 02-17-2020 at 03:38 PM.
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    Default Re: TSCA Upper Napa River Row & Roister, Sunday March 22, 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Thorne View Post
    Some of the boats turn around at Milliken Creek, others stick with us to Trancas Crossing Park and sometimes beyond that if time, tide and weather allow.
    That would be very helpful if I knew the place.

    I probably canít go, anyway, so, itís really a moot point.

    Peace,
    Robert

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