Many channel choices at high water; lots of wood, but no portages in 2010. About 10 miles.
Fast run, fairly continuous paddling with a 750cfm flow. Two decent drops. First one easy to scout on left concrete retaining wall - ran just right of center, right of the small rooster tail. Next drop blind, immediately after right turn, stayed right and then had to paddle back to center immediately after the drop. At this flow more class II than I...definitely not the class I float advertised.
Occasional snags across one of the channels, so keep an eye out.
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