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    New Braunsfels

    Hey guys, I am planning a trip there in early August but I was curious to see what the river levels where. The skis are staying home so this will be a tubing only trip.
    Any input would be appreciated.


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    I was there last weekend and the Comal, Guadalupe and were all low.
    My daughter was at Garner State park last weekend also while we were in Wimberly/San Marcos and she said it was extremely low there too. Hopefully they get some rain

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
    I was there last weekend and the Comal, Guadalupe and were all low.
    My daughter was at Garner State park last weekend also while we were in Wimberly/San Marcos and she said it was extremely low there too. Hopefully they get some rain
    Damn.

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    I just floated the guadalup 4th of July weekend. There was a couple of low spots but not that bad at all! They say that every weekend the dam there will release water to raise the level some. Like I said low in a couple of spots but not a big beal and still had a blast!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KirkF350 View Post
    Hey guys, I am planning a trip there in early August but I was curious to see what the river levels where. The skis are staying home so this will be a tubing only trip.
    Any input would be appreciated.

    How does that work? you float down the river, but how do you get back? Do they have a shuttle or something? I have always wanted to go tubing, just never have. Figure a weekend, and i will see what I can do.

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    One of the kids here at work was out there for the 4th and said he was able to tube and drink with no problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by GPRGASM View Post
    How does that work? you float down the river, but how do you get back? Do they have a shuttle or something? I have always wanted to go tubing, just never have. Figure a weekend, and i will see what I can do.
    Yep.
    This is a lot of fun, once you get used to the cold water.

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    Its doable, but low. My daugther had to walk a few places. Better views than where I live. The hill country is beautiful.

    Guadalupe discussion on FB
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    Comal and Guadalupe flow info
    http://www.co.comal.tx.us/River_Information.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by GPRGASM View Post
    How does that work? you float down the river, but how do you get back? Do they have a shuttle or something? I have always wanted to go tubing, just never have. Figure a weekend, and i will see what I can do.
    yes, they bring you back

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    No problem guys with tubing on that side of the river. Yes there are some low spots but they release on the weekends. As for jet skiing on the other side it is at a constant level. Drop me a line if you guys are out this way!!!! Bob (guitarman)

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