It was a very nice float at ~450 CFS, the water had come up some more before I went. It is an easy class II to Hammond, decent current kept me moving. I only got hung up once, on a small stone diversion weir but would have been fine had I chose the correct gap.
It is a pretty float but mostly private property along the stretch. You can put in as far upstream as "Texas Hole" - the first few miles are quality trout water and there are a lot of drift boats that float from there to "Crusher Hole" - those river accesses are used heavily by commercial driftboats guiding fly fishermen. Below Crusher there is a public access spot river right about 1/4 mile past the bridge in the town of Navajo Dam (2.9 miles below Crusher), after that it appeared all private access until Hammond.
If you go past Hammond you immediately hit a major diversion (the ones above Hammond are no issue). I did not go past Hammond so that concludes my report