The description is spot on. Did it today at just over 2 ft on the upstream side of the takeout tunnel. This was a perfect first time level, if not a bit low up top. As of our run there were no mandatory portages and at least one member of our group ran every rapid; the stream is relatively free of wood and full of drops.
This run requires more rain than almost any other in the east, with a watershed of around 2 square miles. Look for 3-5 inches of recent rain at Daniel Ridge and other local afws gauges
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