I’ll bite. If this is a troll well played. If this is real congratulations on winning a coveted permit. It took me 20 years of applying.
Get a guide book:
You can rent gear from Blackadar who I have used on multiple trips and they are excellent. They can also help with shuttle:
My crew usually uses Boise as a base of operations and uses Caldwell Transportation for shuttle:
I had a very good friend who is an excellent boatman try to take a group of inexperienced boaters down last Aug and it was a sh!# show. By Aug flows should be low but passable. Keep an eye on snowpack. You may want to fly into Indian Creek which will help with low water passage.
I would invite experienced boaters on your trip to help you with logistics and row boats. I am sure there are plenty on this board who would love to help you. Or DM me and I’ll try to connect you with some folks who might be interested. If you plan on rowing your own boat, invest in learning and get experience and a Z drag kit. It is a very technical River at low flows.
If you are an experienced kayaker and are comfortable with multi day self support, you should be fine in small boats. Read the regs to make sure you have the required gear. In my humble opinion from a kayaker standpoint in Aug, there isn’t anything too hairy. I’d say competent class IV boater and you’ll be good to go.
Be prepared for multiple camp options as there is a selection process pre launch.
Good luck and have a safe and fun trip. The outfitters are seasonal and probably not returning calls as fast as summertime.