The Fall River has been fishing well. Nymphing remains the best method for all times of the day. We have been liking jigged leeches, two-bits, pheasant tails, eggs, and zebra midges. Focus on deeper pools and cover like downed trees and get those nymphs down nice and deep. Utilizing tungsten nymphs or some split shot will help with this. Dry-dropper setups are also fun on the fall this time of year and beetles, ants, and small chubbies make great dries for dropper setups. As always stripping around small streamers and buggers is a very fun way to get some eats on the fall.