Latest release info as of today.
McPhee Release Update for Monday June 17, 2019 :: Dolores Water Conservancy District
Looks like they will be ramping down to 1200 cfs. Bugs were not a problem, some gnats, mosquitoes were not bad either, however with the flows being reduced the flooded areas may produce more bugs. Poison Ivy was prevalent in some areas, take caution. Look for ledges/rocks to stop on and flat spots above. Difficult to stop in swift moving water when we saw a camping spot, should not be a problem in lower flows
Rapids were pretty much washed out at 3400 cfs with fun waves.
Mile 64 RR looked like a nice point bar to camp on. Large area
Mile 68 large overhang on RR produces shade on 3 camps on RL pull in amongst willows and box elders. Did not stop already taken. 3 pull in spots
Mile 72-73 Right after Archaeological site RL one right after the river turns left and another about 100-200 yards down stream on left.
Mile 79 ledge looked decent small
Mile 84 3 or 4 sites on RL with over hangs the the 1st and last looked best (stickers); 1 or 2 large sites on RR pull in before you make the turn.
Mile 88 1/2 RL before river turns right steep climb up 8-10 ft (well used) 3 spots to pull boats up large camp no shade on bench but has trees back up in the wash. Can hike up the wash a good ways. Nice views! Bring shade.
Plenty of other accessible camps between mile 89 - 93. not much after La Sal rapid unless you get creative.