The Toccoa DH section is still only running at 261 cfs. That's a fine water level for wading but you do need to know that this section of the river is generally tricky wading. Check here
to keep up with the water level.
The tailwater at Curtis Switch should be good to fish also and has been offering up some decent fishing with some nice browns being caught. Don't let rain keep you off the river unless it's flooding and/or lightning. A little off-color water can be magical. Woolly Buggers are unbeatable but also try Pat's Rubber Legs in brown/gold color and always drop a Pheasant Tail off the back of any fly you're fishing on the Toccoa. Duck hunting weather can produce some epic Blue Wing Olive hatches.