Fall River Fishing Report

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Fall River Report 12-02-2020

Posted by December 2, 2020

The Fall River has been very productive for our locals here. Tiny baetis around midday and also midges in the afternoons. Nymphing tiny eggs and traditional nymphs in Euro style jigged hooks with tungsten beads. Access has been up and down with the weather in the mountains, as of right now it would best to have 4×4 to access the tubes. Other than that the Hatchery remains closed, and fishing the campground or the ranger station are great points to start your trip. 

Drive safe and tight lines.

Suggested Dries: Para Purple Haze #14-20, Para Wulff Purple #14- #18, Extended Body BWO #18-20, BWO Sparkle Dun #18-22, Hackle Stacker Baetis #18-22, Hi Vis BWO #16-20, Black Chubby Chernobyl #12-18, Griffiths Gnat #18-22, Winkers Midge #18-22, Xelon Midge #18-22.

Suggested Nymphs: Perdigon Black #14-18, Twisted May Black #16, BWO Emerger #18-20, CDC Biot Emerger BWO #18-22, CDC Soft Hackle BWO #18-20, Glo Bugs #8-18, Unreal Egg #8-18, Flash Tail Egg all colors #18.

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