- Wed Feb 22, 2017 9:35 am
First wanted to say I'm really enjoying reading all of the camping reports in this forum. My boys (12 & 15) and I are planning our first overnight trip this weekend through Cook's Canoes. My youngest and I are renting a tandem canoe and my older son will be in a solo kayak. The trip planned is from Bog Webberville park to the island across from the Hyatt and take-out the next morning. Question for the veterans of this stretch is what is a safe flow for us to monitor? Currently the lcra hydromet site shows that they are releasing quite a bit of water out (Currently around 4000 cfs). The guy from Cook's says it should come down more by this Sat. when we leave and will just be a faster trip to the island and a little more difficult to fish. Reading through the reports it seems that many have made the trip in all kind of ranges from 400-4000+ cfs. We have all been doing some paddling in the last year, but are mostly novices. Thanks in advance.