Well I'm finally reporting on our first all-nighter this summer. We got a real late start to the evening, launched out of saranac at about 11pm. The water was warmer than the air, causing a bunch of fog to roll, and very cool looking mini-cyclones that looked very cool in the fog! We hit our first rock about 3 minutes in the water. The river is insanely low! Obviously right? With how little rain we've had. Well we wanted to head to the big bends, normally a pretty quick boat ride. This night proved differently, visibility was zero, and by the time you could see the trees/logs/rocks it was too late. About half-way there we hit a shallow that even my jet could hardly make it through. Then in the middle of the river, just below the surface of the water was a 50ft long TREE! We wedged ourselves directly on top of the log! The boat wasn't even in the water! LOL! So we had no choice to get out and push her back on course. Needless to say we got all the way to where we could see the big bends, and another shallow that literally stopped us in our tracks. We could not go any further. We proceeded to just look for the largest log jams we could find. We fished a couple with live gills and not a single bite under the huge Thunder Moon. It was relaxing yes when we werent trying to navigate in those conditions. I strongly recommend that no one try to fish this area upstream of Saranac until the river goes back up! If you have a prop your done, forget about it. Anyone know how the level is around DNR park on west river drive? We fished until sun-up, it got cold, all 3 of us fell asleep and the beavers woke us up.