Everyone hear that they are draining Kolob Reservoir to get rid of the bad fish? Great, I'll skip right to it then. I heard that and said, "I kind want to go see how terrifying it looks right now." And so yesterday I headed on down to the head of the slot canyon, and yeah, there's some flow. So much in fact that I couldn't find any reasonable place to cross so I was stuck bushwhacking on the south side of the creek to the slot... though being on that side probably afforded me better views anyway. (Caveat... I feel I do alright with photography, but my skills as a videographer are probably a bit lacking, especially when I'm fighting through brush to get a view and also not fall in and add a new chapter to the legacy of Kolob Creek) Just before the initial waterfall into the slot: The top of the waterfall: As much of the waterfall as I could get from the edge of the canyon: The creek where it crosses the road (so if anyone wants to know what 'definitely too much CFS looks like): The amount of water flowing into that narrow canyon was two parts scary and one part intriguing. I'd love to be down there in the slot to see what it is like, except without the dying and all. At this time I'd probably recommend no one descend Kolob Creek (though I'd love to see someone try and convince the park to give them a permit).