Levels are great, weather variable (but I've always had good luck... probably jinxing myself for this wknd). Look up the weather for Cisco.
In a kayak, Skull isn't that bad. Watch out for Funnel and SITM.
Upper/Lower Little D - Wave trains - go with the flow.
Marble Canyon - Start right, finish center
Staircase - Run the wavetrain left of center
Big hummer - Right to center.
Funnel - First horizon line. Start just left of center. Look for the splash and aim for it. You will probably line up too far left, but there is time to correct. There is a lateral on the left that will flip you quickly. Current pushes right, move left.
Surprise - there are really two drops that have funky, swirly water.
Skull - Scout is on the left. River constricts, wall on the right. Follow the tongue and move left as soon as you can (don't rush it as there are some rocks that are starting to appear in the low 4k area). Eddy on the left at the bottom to regroup.
Bowling alley - down the middle, no big deal.
SITM - This is the one that usually gets ya. There is an eddy on the right just above the drop. Run the seam on the right and you'll avoid the meat. You'll probably get pushed left towards the magnetic rock, work right to avoid.
Last Chance - Until last weekend, I've always run left of the pourover, then moved right. However the water can be a little funky (two weeks ago I got squirted and broke my backband). Last wknd I ran just right of the pourover and it was super easy.
Little bit of funky water and you're done.
Total time - no idea. Only done it as a booze cruise on the way in and out on overnighters.
Here are some pics I've found:
Funnel - http://www.ees.nmt.edu/Geol/river/raft.jpeg
Various rapids - Westwater Canyon Rafting on the Colorado River - Westwater Canyon rafting and Westwater Canyon white water