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Hatches and Trout Flies for the Fall River Oregon
The first mayfly that hatches at the beginning of a new year on the Fall River is the
Blue-winged Olive. These are mostly baetis species. These hatches take place from February
through the middle of May. These mayflies also hatch late in the year during September and
Trout can be taken on imitations of midges throughout the year but they are more popular
during the times the water is cold and few other aquatic insects are hatching. Have plenty of
larvae, pupae and adult midge imitations for the winter season.
PMDs, or Pale Morning Duns, start hatching around the middle of May. These little mayflies
hatch up until about the first of August.
Pale Evening Dun start hatching about the first of May. This hatch can last through most of the
month of August.
The most significant stonefly is the Yellow Sally, or Little Yellow Stonefly. They start hatching
about the middle of June and last almost through the month of July. Little Brown Stoneflies start
hatching about the first of February and last about a month.
Mahogany Duns hatch in September and October. These little mayflies can be important, so
don't fail to give imitations of them a chance to produce. You will find them very effective.
Don't overlook the terrestrial insects. They can be very important during the summer and early
fall months of the year. Imitations of ants and beetles catch trout. The terrestrial season starts
in June and last through the month of September.
Streamers are very important flies to have with you anytime of the year. They should imitate the
baitfish and minnows in the Fall River. These will come in very handy anytime the water is
stained from heavy rain. This stream runs clear most of the time, however.
Craneflies are also abundant on the Fall River. They are most plentiful in August and
Crayfish can be important to imitate. Fish can be taken on them all year but they work best
from July through October.
We recommend our "Perfect Flies", of course, but not because they are ours. It's because they
are the best trout flies you can buy. They imitate specifics insects at all the stages of their life
that trout feed on them. They also work especially good in spring creeks were trout can be very
selective and picky. They are highly effective when used properly. If you haven't already tried
them, we suggest you do. You will not be disappointed.
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