To access Zone 2: Head south through the park, past all the cabins, past the big RV camping section, keeping to the right, mostly. You finally get to the end of the road right at the small dam. A nice trail heading straight south starts at the steel gate. You can wade-fish there, another shoal area about a quarter mile downstream, and the rock island area about 3/4 of a mile downstream. Otherwise, mostly, the shore is too thick with bushes and trees for fly-casting from. The water in all the in-between areas is too deep to wade as well.
Yeah, the Evening Hole is kind of featureless now compared to before. The Bluffs is just a big long very deep hole. The rock island formed by the flood is a long, straight fast run on each side. Spillway Creek with all the jagged bedrock is so hard to access safely I've given up on it. Beaver's Bend is, for the time being, kind of wrecked as a fly-fishing destination compared to what it was before Memorial Day weekend last year. Of course it was really really nice then.
There's still fish though!
I mean, it's ok, just not what it was before.