The Fall River is fishing great, with some afternoon BWO hatches bringing fish up to the surface.
This week the hatchery was closed for a few days due to some tree falling work, so not to worry it is not a long term closure like the early Pandemic days.
Nymphing and streamer action has been really good on the fall. Euro Jig Streamers and Pine Squirrel Leeches are hot flies over there. Jigs and Perdigons and Zebra Midges (especially the 2 bead ones) are fantastic on a tight line/euro rig or with an indicator.
With the really cold mornings most people are not getting there until 11’ish. That is an opportunity to get some fishing in early before the crowds. The hatches will come during the warmer part of the day, but the nymphs and streamers will work well early. Dress warm my adventurous friends.