Our group of 3 boats ran Blossom on September 28, somewhere in the 1500 cfs range. All three of us boatmen have run it dozens of times, so we went through without scouting. There was a raft frame perched on top of the wrap rock, and a mostly deflated blue Momentum bucket boat that was tied up to some rocks in the pool at the bottom. We presume they went together, as the flow had peaked up to around 2500 cfs a few days before our trip and likely washed it out.
All three boats in our group made the eddy no problem, but then all three of us also got slammed pretty hard into the rock on the right side of the slide, which is not the norm. There just wasn't room to get pivoted and try to do anything about it - once into the eddy above the wrap rock you are just kind of along for the ride over to the slide. There isn't any real danger of a wrap once you are over there, but one of the boats did hit hard enough to break his spare oar (brand new Cataract- ouch) rigged on the right side of his boat. You might think about rigging it on the left through there just in case.
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