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Old 08-10-2014, 09:32 PM   #1
Join Date: Aug 2014
Location: Rochester, NY
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Oswegatchie Inlet to High Falls in Windy Conditions

Hi all,

First off, I'm new to the area having just celebrated my first year here (in Rochester) and I'm finding these forums to be invaluable. Thanks to everyone who contributes!

Based on so many rave reviews here, I've been planning to do the Oswegatchie Inlet to High Falls trip this Thurs through Sat in my 16' royalex canoe with a friend. The weather looks okay, a bit of rain in the forecast, but I'm more wondering about wind. For both Thurs and Fri, the forecast predicts 10-12 mph winds throughout the day.

I'm guessing this won't be as bad as on open water, but any idea how this might impact our trip, or other advice given these conditions? I haven't yet been to this part of the Adirondacks so it's hard for me to predict.
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