Yesterday at 450ish was really sweet!
The wood referenced by Ian and Patrick is actually above Deer Creek but after Trashcan. (no worries as I had couldn't remember where it was either) I cant remember exactly where it was, maybe someone who remembers better from yesterday can chime in with an exact location. Anyway... it kind of sneaks up on you if you let your guard down. It got my full attention yesterday because I only saw it when I was about 60 feet or so away from it. As Ian said, you can get around it on the extreme left side, but you are almost scraping the wood and the river bank simultaneously. You just barely fit. We need to get that shiz outta there, higher flows or even lower flows could cause issues. Tough to tell.
The wood that was below Deer Creek, in the class III drop that had the warning rope strung across the river is either now gone, or buried on the right. The rapid runs clean on the left. There is some wood in the shallow mank below this that some of us boated over and didn't really know it. Pretty easy paddling down there, but be heads up.
The rest of the run was good as far as wood goes.