Don't think so. The bridge that causes trouble first, as the river goes up, is the private bridge directly above two bridges river access, it should still be ok, you can scout it easily from the boat ramp if you want. The property owner allows people to take out directly above the bridge at high flows, when this bridge becomes a decapitator, so to speak.
Several miles down stream, there is a second, old, private bridge, the support cables become the next thing to be a hazard at high water, it will be fine, but going right is a better plan, specially once it's above 7 grand or so.
Heads up that both Yarmony, and Needles Eye get big at high water, 4,000 should be fine, unless your new, or have little ones.
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