Unfortunately, the Moke didn't work out a couple weekends ago. The flows were really high, and haven't really subsided since. I was informed that for the Ponderosa Way run to be doable, you're looking for flows in the 1000-1500 range. I think the Electra run is a little more feasible at these flows, but its a pretty short run. I ended up doing cache creek that day, and it was a blast. The flows were lower than optimal (~700 cfs), but we had a lot of fun. The water was really warm - no drysuit needed. South Fork American gorge or Chili Bar runs are also good for the class III boater. My brother and I usually run the SFA if its 6000 cfs or less, and we're beginners. C to G on South Fork is a really fun class II+ if the flows are above 6000. North Fork American below Yankee Jim's road is a nice class II+ run if the flows are 1500-2500.