Would section B be the better one to hit to avoid the crowd?
Weekends can be very busy on section A. But it's such a beautiful section with great fishing, so passing it up would be a shame. All depends on what your focus is......fishing or peace & quiet. Or both. Folks have advised that the section A ramp gets better after 10:00, when the commercial guides are gone. I'll be on section A in June, so we'll try that out.Would section B be the better one to hit to avoid the crowd?
I remember a nice beach lunch spot called Marry Me Beach. Mid way, river left. But there are lots of nice places to stop. The rapids are small class I-II, but Mother-in-law seems to eat canoes and drift boats every year. I saw a metal drift boat wrapped around the big rock a few years ago. The big rock on the top right is pretty obvious, but I think inexperienced folks freak out about following the current near the left wall, and stay to far right. Lots of family and scout group craziness on weekends. Have fun, and post a trip report if you do section B. Several camps can be reserved on rec.gov, and I think you sign up for the others at Little Hole. What dates will you be there?That mite be the trick getting there after the morning rush any good stops along the way for lunch?