Fall River Fishing Report:
Here’s the latest update on the fishing conditions at Fall River in California. Overall, the fishing is decent throughout the system, but there are a few factors to consider.
One notable issue is that a significant number of fish are still present in Bear Creek. These fish are still spawning or haven’t moved back down and into Fall River. This situation affects the overall fish population in Fall River, and some days are better than others for angling success.
Please be aware that the weekends tend to be a bit crowded. However, even during the middle of the week, you can expect a fair amount of anglers enjoying the river. It’s always a good idea to plan your fishing trips accordingly, considering these factors.
Over the past week and a half, there have been frequent thunderstorms and lightning in the area. These weather conditions no doubt have an impact on the fishing experience. As I write this report, there are ongoing thunderstorms, indicating that the weather remains unsettled. Please take necessary precautions and prioritize safety if you plan to venture out during such conditions. Getting struck by lightning is an undesired result.
Between the thunderstorms, the temperature has been relatively warm, ranging between the high 80s and low 90s. It’s essential to stay hydrated and protect yourself from the sun’s rays while enjoying your time on the river.
Remember to check the local weather forecasts for any updates on the thunderstorms expected this week. And as always, tight lines and happy fishing on Fall River!