The Fall River is also fishing pretty good at the moment and with (soon to happen) future trout restocking coming from ODFW we can be assured it will continue to be good throughout the spring and summer.
If you’re in the right place at the right time, you might see #14 March Browns on the afternoon hatch menu, as well as BWO’s #18-20, Midges #20-24, Small Black Stones #16-18, Ants and Beetles #14-18 and Caddis #14-16 Tan, #16 Green and possibly some #12 Amber lurking around.
Nymphing with small, heavy patterns has been very productive on light tippet Euro Leader set-up’s. 3mm to nearly 4mm tungsten heads are getting the J-O-B done, and we love that. Walts Worm and Green Perdigon with an Orange Hot Spot are 2 fave’s, but there a lot of great flies to work over this water that will prove successful.
Never forget Zebra Midges and Eggs on the Fall!
Streamer fishing continues to produce well on the Fall River right now. That includes leeches and sculpin patterns