The Fall River is good all through the sections from the Headwaters to the Camp Ground, the Horseshoe, Hatchery, Tubes and Falls. Nice afternoon mix of mayflies, with PMD, BWO and Mahogany Duns out most days and often overlapping each. Midges in some areas can be very important in emerging pupa and adult stages. Caddis. Ants, Beetles and Hoppers are likely to bring fish up. Nymphs and Streamers are very good. I like to carry a 3 weight dry fly rod, a 3 weight Euro Nymph rod and a streamer rod for a day on the Fall. It can be crowded mid day (11 to 4), but evening is quiet and early morning is another good option to avoid the crowds
The Shasta-Trinity National Forest closure has expired. Also, the escorted traffic has moved further west and is now between Del......