Current River Conditions:
Fall River closed today. Trout season is over for 2011. See you on April 28th 2012 for the opener of Trout season '12. Hopefully we will see you sooner!
The Fly Shop's ® Tips:
The "Fall River Twitch" has been the most effective technique on Fall River for decades. How to: Anchor your pram upstream of rising fish. Cast downstream and across, then feed line out to extend your drift a long ways downstream. The "Fall River Twitch" results in a presentation that lets the fish see your fly first, while you are positions upstream and out of the fished field of view. The Fall River Twitch is equally effective whether fishing dries, swinging nymphs or indicator nymphing. If you're casting to a pod of rising trout, work from the outside in and you can often pick them off one by one. 5-5 wt rods are what we recommend for Fall River, with some anglers using 6 wt rods for casting heavier sinking lines. The Fly Shop recommended fly lines; RIO Gold floating line and an extra spool loaded with RIO CamoLux.
Eurasian Watermillfoil is a threat on this river. Click here to read more about what Eurasian Watermillfoil is, what is being done and why Fall River has a bright future.
â€¢ Last Chance Baetis #20
â€¢ Tilt Wing Dun PMD #18
â€¢ Tilt Wing Dun Mahogany #18
â€¢ Last Chance Cripple PMD #18
â€¢ Mayfly Cripple Limestone #18
â€¢ Mercer's Missing Link
â€¢ Norman's Loop Wing BWO #18
â€¢ Parachute Adams #18-20
â€¢ Pseudo May's Brown #16-18
â€¢ Drifting Flashback PT #14-16
â€¢ Black Zebra Midge #16-20
â€¢ Red Copper John #18
â€¢ Zug Bug #14-16
â€¢ PT Nymph #14-20
â€¢ TB PT Nymph #18
â€¢ Norman's Wiggle Tail PT #16-18
â€¢ Mercer's Micro May Fly Brown #16
â€¢ Zack's Swimming Leech Olive
â€¢ Zack's Swimming Leech Black