I've found that between 200 and 350 is the best. Faster and pushier at higher levels, but F U rocks start to disapear - so its the classic more water = pushier = cleaner. The mandatory above Gunshot eddy catching becomes harder at more water and must be scouted carefully - there are almost no eddies close to the drop, and one must portage an unruly distance.
That said: I'll be on it Friday afternoon (5:30 PM) with a buddy and would love to meet up with some other class V'ers for shuttle.
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