Just got off the MF, home last nt. You will most likely have to fly into Indian creek and skip the rocky top - it's 2.2 today and dropping fast. Let me tell you it is dry and hot up there. We had 90s on the Main. I was in 14' Hyside, and we had 7 rafts/cats total. Personally, unless you are in a small raft or cat, that top part is just too boney at lower levels. You will be at below 1.5-1.8 maybe if the level plunge keeps up. Watch the levels, look into flights to Indian Creek just in case, and go as light as you can for gear just to keep the raft higher in water. Take a very complete repair kit, for each type of material needed for you rafts - you may well need it. Watch you downstream oar, or you'll be buying new ones after trip.