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Josh Mahoney
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  • Tahoe City, CA
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Lance Pillsbury commented on Josh Mahoney's photo
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"I like that idea. Putting the map of where you're going on the back of your buddies head is brilliant!"
May 4, 2010
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May 2, 2010
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The Dagger Green Boat

Dagger released the Green Boat as a class V race boat. The boat is named after the infamous race on the Narrows of the Green River. Although I won't be floating The Narrows of the Green or Cherry Creek in a 12' boat anytime soon I've recently found myself firing off the lower South Fork American in the Green Boat.I've had the pleasure of laying treats in this boat on Chili Bar at flows of 500 CFS, 1600 CFS, and 3500 CFS. Let me start by saying that long boats are fun. There is a well kept…See More
Jul 5, 2009
Geoff Jennings commented on Josh Mahoney's blog post S. Fork American, Lover's Leap, V, 5/2009
"Nice. Sounds hard...."
Jun 15, 2009
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"On the Kaweah? Sweet shot."
Jun 15, 2009
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S. Fork American, Lover's Leap, V, 5/2009

The Bible (also known as the guidebook called Best Whitewater in California) once gave the Lover's Leap run on the South Fork American River the distinction of being perhaps the steepest run in California with very few portages. Since the writing of 'the bible', optimistic whitewater enthusiasts have navigated rivers ten times steeper with fewer portages. Still, Lover's Leap remains a classic creek.Lover's Leap is difficult, tight, and technical. It is at times chunky and unforgiving. There is…See More
Jun 15, 2009

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What kind of Paddling are you into?
River Running, Creek Boating
What boats do you own? (kayaks, canoes, rafts, etc.)
Jefe Grande, M/L 420
Favorite place to paddle?
Hospital Rock, Roadside Alsaseca
Most memorable paddle?
Hiking out of the S. Merced
How long have you been paddling?
4-5 years

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The Dagger Green Boat

Dagger released the Green Boat as a class V race boat. The boat is named after the infamous race on the Narrows of the Green River. Although I won't be floating The Narrows of the Green or Cherry Creek in a 12' boat anytime soon I've recently found myself firing off the lower South Fork American in the Green Boat.



I've had the pleasure of laying treats in this boat on Chili Bar at flows of 500 CFS, 1600 CFS, and 3500 CFS. Let me start by saying that long boats are fun. There is a… Continue

Posted on July 5, 2009 at 9:56am

S. Fork American, Lover's Leap, V, 5/2009

The Bible (also known as the guidebook called Best Whitewater in California) once gave the Lover's Leap run on the South Fork American River the distinction of being perhaps the steepest run in California with very few portages. Since the writing of 'the bible', optimistic whitewater enthusiasts have navigated rivers ten times steeper with fewer portages. Still, Lover's Leap remains a classic creek.



Lover's Leap is difficult, tight, and technical. It is at times chunky and… Continue

Posted on June 15, 2009 at 2:00pm — 1 Comment

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