Video of Near Flush Drowning

Posted by Spalding Hurst

November 18, 2009

That time Mike almost flush drowned
By DAVE | Published: The River Lifestyle
In early June, several good friends and I took a boating trip to Idaho. It was the peak of snowmelt and the rivers were raging. After an amazing two days on the SF Salmon, we finished the shuttle and camped near the incomparable mountain town of Yellowpine. The next day we paddled a high flowing East Fork of the SF Salmon (Check out that link for what the EFSF looks like at normal flows). Mike took a huge, long swim, just barely making it out of the river. I had my headcam on and caught the entire episode on video. After he finally got to shore, I stopped kayaking for the day. I just didn’t want to see that go down again.

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