The Fall river has been fishing well. Nymphing remains the most consistent method for targeting fish throughout the day but fish have been responding well to BWO’s during hatch times. Duracells, mops, eggs, zebra midges, and two-bits have all been good under an indicator or tight line nymhped. Stripping streamers around some of the undercuts and downed timber is a good way to fool some larger fish. The fish are spread out so it may pay off to explore some spots you haven't before.