Spring season in the Thames Valley is a stressful yet potentially rewarding time.
The river goes up and down like a yoyo showing the true potential of this waterway , for those that watch carefully enough its got a few gems that shine for a day or two a year .
|amongst it , the doug cooper|
Lets talk marsh weir , it screams danger , un predicable and seldom surfed .
marsh weir was discovered by TWP paddler spargo , he checked it out and wrote a short note about its potential. several years later i became interested , sluice gates spanning the entire width of the river spelt potential . situated above a wooden foot bridge with low level boat moorings makes this weir a debre / kayaker collector . but when does it work ?
|Air screw , Buy one !|
|Alan ward tows in|
|Long day of towing in|
|doug cooper , alan ward sharing a moment|
|Paula having a go|
|screen shot from the video|
Check out the video !