12/8, ~2.5 ft. There was enough water, but it doesn't move very fast. Beware: strainers galore! Constantly chucking the boat over logs. It is very much in the wilderness, besides for little hillbilly hangouts on the river edge. There are some interesting looking rapids, but there wasn't much depth so I ended up just slowly skidding down the big slides.
Would be interested to know if anybody ever ran the rapid at the dam for the abandoned mill! I was afraid of the massive rock at the bottom which all water crashes into.
Overall: it would be a pleasant float if about 20 logs were removed.
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