I probably win(?) the award for the lowest water run ever of this creek and I still had fun. I felt pretty stupid though when I had to get out of my boat twice to push it through a gravel bar. However, Badkins is right, I don't think you'd even make it to the put-in right now. We putin at about 120CFS at the top and maybe 150 at the bottom. That was July 5 last year. You start in a mountain meadow, but it gets narrow after a mile and then you can float okay. If I go back I want to see about 500+ flowing out the bottom and a few hundred at the top would be nice, too. High flows like 800 or 1000 would be kinda' gnar at the cruxes IMO, but I'm a newby, and it certainly would make the 4 miles of class I-II at the bottom go faster.
In the end I'd wait at least another couple of weeks. Where are you coming from anyway? I'm in Denver and I'd go again if you're looking for more folks.