There is a short stretch of flatwater which brings you under the rt. 100B bridge from this point. Here, the river makes a river-wide 2-4’ drop over a ledge. At low flows, the most fluid line is to go under the bridge and immediately dart to river left and run the small green tongue along the bank. At higher flows the majority of the ledge opens up with the most common line being a few feet to the right of the bridge abutment. Just below this drop is a nice wave/hole in the center of the river with eddy access on both sides.
After a bit of mellow water the river makes a gradual drop for about 100 yards over many small boulders. This section seems like it should have more to offer as you approach the top, but there is not much to offer aside from a couple of small waves and some eddy-hopping. At high flows, a line on river right opens up which offers a bit more variety.
Some more flatwater brings you to an island in the middle of the river. The left side is a straight shot through some class I waves. The right side ends in a small curler with good eddy access on river right. This is a fun spot to practice spins, but beware, it is quite shallow and finding yourself upside-down is not very fun, even at higher flows. This small rapid ends at a large boulder which often collects wood. After the boulder is a couple hundred yards of moving water leading to Horseshoe Falls.