I suspect the Sevier would have been a great run today. I think the flow has dropped some, based on the out flow from Piute Reservoir. But I had to abandon my day 3 option due to car problems. Half of my group went over to run it, but I haven't yet heard their report.
We ran the San Rafael on Thursday. It was a very nice run. The water was about 1670 cfs. It was flooding at the put-in and there were numerous channels through the willows and tamarisk. It was a little intimidating at the put-in to see how it was flooding the banks. And then the warning sign about the downed Cottonwood tree made us stop and think. Someone posted a photo of the tree and how you could bypass it due to the high water, so we decided to press on. When the water drops, that tree will be a serious obstacle.
Even at this flow it took us 6 hours - which included a lunch stop and a short hike in Virgin Spring Canyon.
Even though most of our group prefers white water, everyone enjoyed the trip.
The next day we floated Muddy Creek through the Chute. I think the flow was between 250 and 300, and it was a total blast. It is so fun and unusual.