Just got off the San Juan on 6/16/13 with a flow of 350 to 400 cfs on the last day. Conditions were not boater friendly; up-river wind kicked in early, the new umbrella for the kids made miles harder, daily loss of flow, no real waves. We dodged rocks in 14ft. boats all the way down and scraped many rocks at the start of any rapid. Govt rapid was rock smashing even with an excellent run. The ice dam this winter/spirng took out some of the best camp sites, expecially Honaker. Insufferably hot for this time of year. Ranger at take out just had two other group behind us and believed going to Clay Hills was done for the year. I had to agree. Sand bars made miles and travel from Slickhorn twice as long as actual river miles. Ranger said that flows below 300 just made sandbars more permanent. I had to agree. First trip ever where we ran out of water to drink, but had plenty of beer. What made it all the more dissappointing was that this is high season and high water every where else. Given the 5th year of this drought, Navajo Dam will keep everything it can for years to come. No more Habitat Releases. Also I was told Raft company in Bluff is for sale....can't blame them.