Always clear as it is spring fed, the Fall river is very picturesque. Heavy crowds on weekends with light pressure during the week. Fly drift, and positioning is often more important than size or type. Short heavy sink tip lines are useful when nymph fishing. Dry flies that are successful include: blue dun, blue winged olive, and black gnat. June can be productive with large green drakes. best nymphs include zug bug and pheasant tail. Wolly buggers and other streamers can work too. Expect frustration at seeing fishing come and look at your fly and then reject it. I have fished the river for over 30 years and it often takes a while to be successful. Some days this river will produce 150+ fish, others 10. Average size is 11 inches with some caught that exceed 20. there are a few 5lbs+ fish in some deep holes. Mainly rainbow with a few brook trout and browns. I have seen heron, osprey, bald eagles, otters, deer, and many variety of butterflies. The water is always cold so be prepared if you are going to wade. Even on hot days waders are necessary to keep legs and feet from going numb from the cold. The river can be fished form the bank, however waders add access to many of the better spots. Easy access along most of the length with only a little private property. Try the hatchery grounds area for easiest access and an abundance of fish. They have picnic tables and a flush toilet.