With everyone fishing on the Lower Sac & Trinity now the Fall would be a good option to find some peace & solitude. There are a lot of smaller fish being hooked with some real bruisers coming to the net from time to time. These small fish will be 12 - 15" next year. Callibaetis are coming off in most reaches, think size #18 or smaller. The Angler's Curse, Canis Mayflies, are likewise a predominant hatch during the mid morning along with a good Blue Wing Olive hatch most days in the afternoons. Blue Wing Olives are beginning to show in greater numbers in the afternoons. Water Boatmen are good to throw when no hatches are bringing the fish up top. Theo's Boatman or an Amber Bubbleback Caddis work very well when swung and stripped. Otherwise, nymphs like the Sweet Pea, olive and brown S&Ms #16 & 18, Olive Hotspot in #18, and the Red Headed Stepchild and RK Sin City in #18 continue to be super effective. Try some leeches fished deep for the large fish in cutbanks.
Flows on the low end of the river are right around 225 CFS, the water temps are staying below 60......