From a putin at the corner of Jeremy Ranch Road and Daybreaker Dr, to Mormon Flat is about 4 miles. 100cfs is said to be good for packrafts, and 140 a nice level. Below Mormon Flat has some barbed wire fences that detract from the run. All the way to East Canyon reservoir would be about 8.5 miles.
Put-in coordinates need to be changed - 40.769155, -111.583866, corner of Jeremy Ranch Road and Daybreaker Dr.
Ran it at 140 and nice easy run.
Duckies and barb wire don't do well together, so wouldn't go past Mormon Flat.
~100 is a nice level for this run in packrafts at least. The first half is pretty mellow and has numerous beaver ponds. From Mormon Flat to East canyon current picks up and there is some brush making some tight sections. This would be the better half but numerous barb-wire fences (some hard to see) ruins it.
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