Fall River Report

Fall River - La Pine, OR (Deschutes County)

by The Fly Fishers Place

The Fall River is very good and sadly, it is very crowded. Seems like a lot of people in Sunriver for holiday so it’s adding to the situation. One way to counter is to go early in the morning or go late in the day and stay to dark. You’ll miss some of the special parts of the afternoon hatches like PMD’s, Yellow Sally’s and the best opportunity for Ant action. But in the morning you can nymph with good success, and more than likely will see midges hatching. In the evening it will go to BWO, Caddis and Rusty Spinners and can be fun to swing soft hackles and rip a few streamers off the banks and through the pools. I’ve also had some good success drifting…..wait for it….wooly worms in the evening on the Fall River. Weird stuff that works. I love this about fishing

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