Just as a waypoint, at 3.2 miles, a quite small tributary, Squaw Creek, enters on the right.
After such a long stretch of flatwater, even a vey minor rips/shoals is likely to be a welcome sight.
You may shorten the trip (skipping class I Overton Rapids) if you set your take-out vehicle here.
Minor rapids begin here and may continue for nearly a half-mile, followed by a brief respite, then more light rapids.
If you're in the rightmost channel (there are a couple long islands or sandbars in the river, which may be covered in high water), you'll see the outlet for this lake.
The Upper Wolf is paddleable year-round, but is generally more enjoyable at levels above 400 cfs.
Permits are not required for this reach.
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