The storms have come and gone and the Hat Creek Valley is cooling off and we are looking at a super fall season. Hoppers are still around and some fish will come up to eat them if you are stealthy. The Hopper Grande in brown or tan #14 or 12 should work well. Super small white Mayflies and midges are abundant, this storm should have the Blue Wing Olives hatching in force. Tricos should continue for a while. The Callibaetis are small right now, Bring size #18 &20 for the Callibaetis, and #16 or smaller for the PMDs. Nymph-wise, if you are fishing the flats, the BP Weiss nymph, X-Mays in #18, or Sweet Peas are great to have along with some Peaches n' Cream and Zallibaetis. Fishing those under a small indicator or swung and stripped can get fish. The north sections below the 299 bridge are great places to swing cinnamon Poopahs or Soft Hackles in the evenings.