The Fall River has been fishing good all year. It will go through some real changes with the coming of Fall. Be prepared, it could happen over night or it could take a while. When this happens the fishing will change for the better. Right now we are still seeing the small Tan Baetis and if you watch hard you will see some PMDs. It has been a real good year for dry fly fishing so I am keeping my fingers crossed that it will keep up. Top Flies: Soft Hackle PtsLeachesWater BoatmanBaetis … [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.
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I have spent very little time on this river since my last report, so I don’t have much to report on. Typically, August and early September can be tough on these river only because it is so hot out. People don't want to fish the rivers, walking and wading in The middle of summer. For now, expect the fishing to improve. Don't wait in this one. Or the McCloud River (See the McCloud River Reports). When temps start to drop I anticipate good numbers of October Caddis and they should start getting … [Read More...]