Fall River Rainbow The Fall river is still fishing well despite the heat. Boat traffic has been light and the other day I was the only boat in the area I was fishing. The fish however are very boat shy right now due to the extremely clear water and lots of sun light. So, it is best to get on the upstream side of them and then let them settle down a little before fishing to them. There has been a good tan Baetis hatch going on mid-morning. Fish are spread out through out the river. Best … [Read More...]
Art Teter lives in the beautiful Fall River Valley of Northern California. Calling Fall River Mills his home makes it easy for Art to stay on top of the most productive fly fishing waters found within a comfortable distance of his home. Art understands that there is more to guided fly fishing than just pointing out where the hatchery truck just put a zillion rainbow trout. Art exclusively guides waters that he has proven over and over to be the most rewarding, prestigious and productive waters found in Northern California. Art Teter's cutting edge, multi-dimensional fly fishing techniques, and guiding style will allow you to gain the upper hand on the water today and on all your future fishing trips.
A day with Art Teter allows beginning anglers learn the basics of fly fishing while experienced anglers get to see a new and refreshing approach to a familiar river. With over 25 years experience guiding and fishing all over Northern California, the angler who hires Art for a day or more is hiring one of the very first fly anglers to establish himself as an authority on guided fly fishing on the Fall River, Pit River, McCloud River, Hat Creek and the entire Sacramento River watershed. Original knowledge makes a difference in your fly fishing game. Spend a day with Art Teter.
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Northern California Fly Fishing Report
It's the dog-days of summer. Fishing is going to be best early before the sun is high and temperatures are hot, then again at or near sundown. Looking towards September for better reports. All said, there's no reason why you can't get out on this river, stick a few fish and enjoy wet wading. Better fishing is found on Fall River, the Pit River, McCloud, Hat Creek. Check out my blog for the latest is tips, tricks and ways to improve your fly fishing. … [Read More...]