We have no specific awareness of runs of this reach. However, looking at topo maps and doing a 'flyover' (on GoogleEarth, at highest resolution available on satellite view), there appears to be some areas of potential for whitewater interest. It is possible that some of what appear to be 'rapids' on the satellite view could be 'image artifacts'. That is, they may be anomalies and optical illusions in the image rather than real physical rapids or falls.
So . . . has anyone out there boated (or scouted, live and in person) any of this stretch? If so, do you have info or photos you could share? Help out your fellow boaters with a comment or report!
Drainage area at our listed put-in is about 211 square miles (as computed by USGS StreamStats 4.0 Beta software).
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