(Based on personal measurement via online planimeter and topomaps.)
A pretty fair-sized island splits the flow. As of the date of the present satellite images, there appears to be considerable wood accumulated at the head of this island, and on a much smaller island toward the end of the left channel. Passage appears possible, but could change at any time.
Heading down the right channel may be the safer choice for those inexperienced in dealing with snags in strong currents.
Just after you pass under some powerlines overhead, there is a big shoals or gravelled island. Satellite view shows an accumulation of woody debris to the left (may or may not still be present, but likely to (re)accumulate more wood in future), so better choice may be staying to the right here.
Bear left (downstream), and take-out is at Hwy.10 (less than a half mile).
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