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Fall River

Fall River Fly Fishing

Deschutes River Guided Trip





The Fall River, just south of Bend, Oregon is a spring-fed gem and is open to fly fishing only. This little river runs approximately eight miles from its source to the Deschutes River, mostly silently ghosting through pine forests, slicing dramatic “S” and oxbow bends on its way. There are few prettier places to wave a fly rod. For those familiar with spring creek fishing, you understand the inherent complexity of fooling fish in such places. For those curious about the delicate presentations used on spring creeks, this is the place to explore! Watching a trout tip casually up to your size 20 dry fly is one of the greatest thrills in fly fishing. Many of us get addicted to the intricacies of spring creek fishing. Some days can be the epitome of frustration. Others, can be the reward for all that we’ve learned and practiced.

Fly and Field Outfitters located in Bend has expert Oregon fishing guides who have spent decades studying the methods used on spring creeks like Fall River. If you’ve been on one and had no success, or are interested in dipping your toe into these particularly chilly waters, we can help unlock some of the secrets all such rivers hold. We offer either Half-Day or Full-Day Walk and Wade Guided Trips.

The Fall River in Oregon is open for fly fishing year ‘round and fishes wonderfully throughout the winter. We’ve fished it in knee-deep snow in February and had amazing dry fly action under bluebird skies. The peaceful serenity of this spring creek in difficult to put into words and the beauty simply must be seen to be believed.

There are special regulations for the Fall River. It is a pure “Fly Fishing Only” fishery. That means no rods may be used that aren’t “Fly Rods”. Casting flies on spinning rods doesn’t count!

There are several good access points along the Fall River for fly fishing. We have maps at the shop that illustrate the best and most productive stretches of the river. We are always happy discuss tactics with the “do-It-yourself” set. So if you are feeling confident and want to have a go on your own, we will set you up with a map, some flies and skinny tippet! Catching or no catching, you’ll be glad you went.

If you want to learn some of the insider secrets for fly fishing at the Fall River check out the latest Fall River fishing reports or schedule a guided fishing trip with us by clicking below, calling us at 1-866-800-2812, or emailing

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Fly Chart

Fall River

Blue-Winged Olive

Pheasant Tail Nymph 16-20 Morning /
Mid Day
Flashback Pheasant Tail Nymph 16-20 Morning /
Mid Day
Para BWO 16-18 Mid Day
Hi Vis Para BWO 16-18 Mid Day

Pale Morning Dun

Pheasant Tail Nymph 16-18 Morning /
Mid Day
Pheasant Tail Nymph 16-20 Morning /
Mid Day
Hare's Ear 16-18 Morning /
Mid Day
Parachute PMD 14-16 Afternoon
Para Wulff PMD 14-16 Afternoon

Pale Evening Dun

Pheasant Tail Nymph 16-18 Morning /
Mid Day
Parachute PMD 14-16 Evening

Mahogany Dun

Pheasant Tail Nymph 12-14 Morning /
Mid Day
Compara Dun 14-16 Morning /
Mid Day
Mahogany Dun 14-16 Morning /
Mid Day
Compara Dun Purple 16 Morning /
Mid Day

Yellow Sally Stonefly

Little Yellow Sloan 12-14 Morning/
Mid Day
Slow Water Sally 14-16 Morning /
Mid Day

Winter Black Stonefly

Ap Nymph Blk 16 Afternoon
Stimulator Blk 16 Afternoon
Elk Hair Caddis Blk 16 Afternoon


Biot Midge 18-22 All Day
Winkers Midge 18-22 All Day
Idyl's CDC Midge 18-22 All Day
Hatching Midge 18-22 All Day


Any Ant Pattern 14 Afternoon


Any Beetle Pattern 14 Afternoon

River Levels

Fall River


Below Prineville Resv.7 day30 day120 Day3.743518:30 pm

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