Registration closes Thursday night for Coosa River Whitewater Festival

Only 36 hours remain to register for the Coosa River Whitewater Festival stage presented by River Bank & Trust as part of the 2014 Coosa Canoe & Kayak Fishing Tournament. Despite heavy storms across much of the state earlier in the week, Jordan Dam will be releasing the scheduled flow for Saturday of about 8,000 cfs. Weather forecast calls for a bright, sunny day with air temps rising from the low 50s to the high 70s. We couldn’t ask for more! Fishing will be great, live music and parties both nights will provide fun and camaraderie. So what are you waiting for? Get your friends together! Register at www.coosakayakfishing.com! Registration closes Thursday at midnight!

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