The Fall River has been fishing well. Nymphing remains hot and rainbow warriors, zebra midges, jigged leeches, and two-bits have been some recent favorites. Dry-dropper setups are always fun on the fall and it's always exciting when a fish comes up to crush a big dry. Streamers around some of the undercut banks and downed timber are also good as the fish use these areas for cover. Utilizing tungsten nymphs to get a nice deep drift is a good idea.