All clean and good to go at 2200 cfs. Several big holes to avoid particularly in the first half of the run, but experienced boaters should be able to boat scout it. Take a look at Amphitheater.
At 4,500 cfs Amphitheatre is pretty much washed out. The rest of the run is amazingly fun continuous big water. Check it out early spring.
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