It was run last year, but it's deteriorated a lot from it's former state. I gather the section below Narrows to 1 in 5 has actually cleaned up and was run quite a bit, though I never did check it out. That section has less gradient than the rest and less defined drops.
We ran from the Confluence and through the first few drops of the main section at flows that were a fair bit higher than I normally run it. The upper section actually seemed more manky than normal even with the extra flow. It's fairly mediocre right now. Once we got to the main section, the drops had changed but were actually really fun. With less water they might be more questionable - hard to tell. We got stymied by wood that was down and without any reasonable eddies above it and didn't have the time to pick our way through the rest. That said, there looked to be some newly moved rocks creating sieves and other strange features. I saw a video of some pro guys running the narrows last year and their rate of success wasn't too high.
It's definitely a lot worse than it used to be. I know Matt has been trying to organize an effort with the restoration teams to move some rocks and create a better riverbed for recreational use, but I doubt that will happen this year.
I think removing some of the existing wood hazards before runoff is a good idea. If I can manage the time, I'd be into helping out.