We ran it Monday and there was lots of wood in there, but as was already stated it can be avoided on the fly. There was some nasty wood on the outside of a 90 degree left hand turn. You will want to take that drop on the inside. The big pool eddy on the right above the meat of the first gorge had a large log swirling around in it. We didn't get a chance to remove it and I would imagine it is still there, but if she got loose it could be bad depending on where she decided to stop. The run out after the crux of the second gorge (which we just call the big drop) has wood galore on the banks. It is all easily avoided but if levels are changing it will move. Keep your eyes open. The big drop itself has a small tree and it's root ball or maybe just the root ball pinned in the bottom of it on the far right side. You can still go right of the thumb rock at the lip, but you want to be driving left. We didn't hit any rocks in that drop on Monday, at least not in the middle of the channel.
Have fun out there! That run is such a fave.