We only drug a couple times and probably could've avoided doing so by taking other lines. The river was lined with many trees and stumps from past flooding. They did make for some nice currents but we did also have to keep and eye out all the time. The water was crystal clear and fish could be seen all down the river. White sand bars and gravel beaches lined the river except for a few longer straight aways that seemed to have almost no current and were a lot deeper.
We ended up camping on a sandbar and got to see over a hundred ducks and woke to the sound of wood ducks the next morning. We then continued our trip for another 15 miles to the take-out point by the Choctaw Road Bridge.