High flows certainly have moved rocks around and made for a more channelized LCC, which is great. The river gods givith and the river gods takith away! The new "haybale eddy" has delicious scent of rotting vegitation. I wonder if we'll see deer grazing on the bale mid-stream this year.
Screaming 1/4 has changed dramatically. At low water (<500 cfs), there's a great center boof over hole at the entrance. Super fun and almost makes up for the loss of the "goal post boof."
The drop formerly known as goal post and now known as "Krip's Hole," is powerfully retentive above about 600. It sneaks on the right easily, breaking the lateral, or on the left with a thin line boof, or up the middle with much greater consequences. At low water, Krip's hole can be easily boofed anywhere right of center or far left.
Glad to see a big crew on CC last night. A season for the record books!