Good morning! Please be aware that PC is much tougher than the numbers still, ... even at these low levels. Good boaters may not expect it to be too challenging, but the risk is substantial. At 150 cfs, trip rocks lurk everywhere and the current is powerful enough to force things to go ugly and painful if you aren't on top of your game. I would not want to spend even a second upside down in there now. The danger starts immediately at the entrance. Personally, I would have little interest inviting a first timer into PC at these levels. Their day could be done at the very entry. It's not that PC is all that difficult, it is just that it is ... enough so that a boater had better be skilled enough to not allow getting flipped. It is a very exuberant and rewarding feeling to experience it successfully at these levels. However, it is of creek boating nature and consequences. Be up for it if you go.
No risk, no reward. It is not that we have to, it is that we get to. Preparation and education are essential to self-confidence and success. - KV
"If there is no risk there is no adventure."- Bill Briggs