Alright guys and gals. They have cancelled the recreational release and they are going big. Suspected 4,000cfs to 6,000cfs this weekend. So just to give you a general idea somewhere between 800cfs to 1,200cfs I consider the sweet spot for fun and working on your technique. Anything above 2,000cfs starts to look like a different river and starts to get a little more pushy and aggressive. Anything from 4,000cfs and up is pushy, demanding water. To be honest at 4,000cfs and up the swims are long, the holes are bigger and the islands become strainers. You need to be a class 3-4 boater and be able to get your boat where it needs to be. That said I will be running the Lehigh both Upper and Lower sections through out the summer yet and I will be sure to post it on the message board so people that want to see it at average levels can get a chance. Also there are lots of other things such as hiking and what not in the area to explore. So even if you decide kayaking this weekend may not be your cup of tea we are still camping and the pot luck is still on for Saturday night. I made zuchinni brownies after all and someone’s got to help me eat them. If you have questions please ask on here or get hold of me via text or phone call at the number I proivided above. I am holding off on calling off kayaking completely until I see the levels and get up there tomorrow night. Keep an eye on here for further information.