The Fall River has been fishing well. Fish have been taking caddis on top most days and taking nymphs well during non hatch times. Dry-dropper setups are a blast on the fall this time of year and small terrestrials like beetles, ants, and hoppers are excellent searching dries. As far as nymphs go nitro caddis, green rock worms, super pupas, rainbow warriors, two-bits and san juans have all been taking fish. Small streamers and buggers worked around some of the downed trees and deeper pools is always a good bet as well.