Fly Fishing the Fall River: Guide Reports

Cumulus reflect in Fall River Ned with a chunky Fall River dry fly 'Bow Since a series of storms blew through a few weeks ago, hatches on the Fall River have increased dramatically and the dry fly fishing has improved to the point that guests have been enjoying fishing dries all day long.  The weather has been fantastic and the weather forecast is showing nothing but fair weather in the future.  The views of snow covered Mt. Shasta and sunsets have been phenomenal.  A good number of Blue Wing Olives are popping along with some Mahoganies but the fish have seemed to prefer the lingering PMD’s on most days.

No need for an early start either as the best action has been late morning, afternoons and early evenings.  The fish have seen it all by this time in the season so long casts and fine tippets are the rule.  For those looking to refine their technical dry fly game, it doesn’t get much better.  Drop us a line if you are seeking the finest local guides or prefer to fish on your own and get an update on current conditions.

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