LSB wood danger
Ran LSB Sunday. There is a hidden log strainer approximately 1/4 mile below the second Walker Ranch bridge. It looks like there was a river-wide tree that someone sawed the top off. The main body of the tree sticks out about 12 feet from river right, 2 foot diameter at the trunk, and it's nearly invisible until you are right on it (which you will be, because the top half of the tree on river left is obvious and most boaters will be right). This was probably obvious at low water, but at 460 there is about six inches of flow over the top.
We marked the spot with a hot-pink strap, about 20 feet upstream. It looks like others have marked the spot with yellow ribbon, but it's faded and easily missed.
At the last second, I tried to run over the top, but rear endered under it. Punched out immediately and strained through, underneath, but it tore the helmet off my head. Boat pinned, paddle gone, helmet gone, and somehow lost both booties, necessitating an embarrasing hike out in socks. Watch out for this sucker!