Here's a report from Mike Miller:
Towell Falls was in excellent shape Saturday, 25 February 2017. The highest water I've seen since I started hiking there. Snapshot is a distant panoramic view from high on the hills above the falls, to show the overall conditions. Water was too high to hike to the big falls on the main branch of Rock Creek from the east side trail. It would be necessary to hike down the west-side trails in order to access the main falls.
The east side trail was muddy in places, difficult hiking, especially at about the halfway mark.
I only saw a couple of small, cold-looking buttercups.
This day at Towell Falls was definitely worth the hike.
The falls into Hog Canyon Lake also are worth a hike, although crusty snow will make walking difficult in some spots for some time.
Here's a video made during spring to whet your appetite for hiking BLM's Escure Ranch when conditions are less muddy and easier: