The path is in blue and was taken with my GPS and imported into Google Earth. You can see Macon mostly towards the end of the paddle and right up to the take out. We put in at 10:50am, stopped once for lunch and took out at 5:20pm. The trip was 9.8 miles.
We were not in a hurry. The river gauge was between 5' and 6' so was considered low but if we carefully picked our way through the rocks, we never had to get out or get permanently stuck. For me, it was the perfect water level. Just enough to keep us moving without much paddling, lots of class 1 rapids, and enough rocks for a place to get out for lunch and stretch our legs.
It was VERY clear all the way. We saw schools of bass and one HUGE catfish. Someone said it was probably at least half the size of my kayak making the fish at leats 5' long. I've only seen pictures of fish this big! To us he looked like a shark.