Fall River Fishing Report 3/13/17

Fall River has been the best in terms of stability here in Central Oregon. With no outside influences like tributary creeks or other rivers flowing in to it, just the spring and a little extra snow melt is keeping Fall River in prime shape.

BWO’s, Midges and a few caddis. In the morning fish are eating the little black stones too. I would guess we should see some March Browns pretty soon so be ready for that.

Access is getting better and better as the snow recedes. Still quite a bit of snow out there at this time, but it’s warmer and we’ve had rain and it is going away finally.

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