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JPTolson 09-20-2019 05:58 AM

Tuscarawas River, Sunday, September 29
 
TCT, Posting this for Pete. Note RSVP to Pete by Tuesday, Sept. 24 at his contact information below.

Tuscarawas River - Trip Leader Pete Milliken
When-Sunday, Sept. 29 -

Where- NTR Canoe Livery, 11358 State Route 212, N.E., Bolivar Ohio 44162
GPS 40.642597, -81.449692

Time 10AM
Tuscarawas River paddle: Assemble at 10:15 a.m. at the NTR Canoe Livery, 11358 State Route 212, N.E., Bolivar Ohio, which will shuttle us and our boats to the start of our 8.5 mile downriver paddle back to the livery. NTR is just off the exit from Interstate 77 to State Route 212.

Bring your own lunch and drinks. We plan to make a lunch stop 2.5 miles into the trip. NTR forbids glass and Styrofoam containers.

TCT members' shuttle fees will be paid by the club.
If you would like to reimburse the club for the shuttle you are more than welcome to and can send it to our PO Box.

Free camping and fishing will be available at the livery the night before, and the night after, our trip.

RSVP to Pete Milliken by Sept. 24 at pmilliken3@gmail.com or 330-792-0232.

richpinky 09-25-2019 02:22 PM

Tuscarawas River, Sunday, September 29
 
Pinky and I will be there

mfdanko99 09-25-2019 09:36 PM

In 2016 we paddle the tus at .93ft and it was run able. Little low but never got out of canoe with Jessica
Good trip
Sorry to miss it
Mike

judy_schuster 09-26-2019 11:50 AM

I plan on attending

KenM 09-26-2019 08:04 PM

River report 9-26-19
 
I was down around Navarre this Thursday afternoon so stopped and looked at the Tusc at a couple of places. It is low. Gage at Massilon is .77 ft (136 cfs).

I'd guess it was 6-12" deep in the pools and maybe a bumpy ride though the gravel bars... or an opportunity for a short walk. There was still some current. Anyway, the river looked nice and still paddle-able to me from what I saw. Time will tell.

KenM

ps...K & C are planning to attend.

fwhite 09-27-2019 10:44 AM

I plan on being there. Hoping for a good rain tonight.

JAGraham 09-27-2019 03:27 PM

I'm coming out from Ligonier on Saturday and staying overnight. Looking forward to seeing the group again.

Judy

Ambridger 09-27-2019 10:25 PM

Jodi and I are going to come out Saturday PM as well. See everybody there. Hoping for enough water in the crick.

Judy, I'm certain you will win "furthest distance travelled".

linbow 09-28-2019 06:36 PM

What is the water level for the Tuscawaras River? It had been below 1 foot. Is this acceptable for paddling? Not wanting to drive 75 miles if we can not paddle! Are we going to get an early morning update?

JPTolson 09-28-2019 06:44 PM

Contact Trip Leader
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by linbow (Post 5618)
What is the water level for the Tuscawaras River? It had been below 1 foot. Is this acceptable for paddling? Not wanting to drive 75 miles if we can not paddle! Are we going to get an early morning update?

Anyone looking for trip status updates should call or email Pete Milliken, the trip leader, using his contact information listed above. Pete is not registered on this website. The trip information was posted at his request.


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