Because it's never to early to anticipate the white watery fruits of another winter, I give you the Milner Mile:
In April 2009, a big crew of Idaho and Wyoming boys were lucky enough to paddle the Milner Mile of the Snake River during a rare release on the normally dewatered section of river. Known as the "the biggest water in Idaho" rapid contains fast and squirrly water and two beastly river-wide features. Needless to say, we lapped it with gusto because you never know when the Milner will run again. Could be this spring or it could be in a decade. All we need is another big year for the Upper Snake drainage and they'll be forced to blow out the reservoirs; just like last year.
Note, Ryan Casey (green boat, first shot) dialing the crux in a playboat.