Some of our nutrient rich smaller waters are beginning to have seasonal aquatic plant growth ( “moss up”). Hawkins Reservoir and Springfield Lake are among these, but indicator and dry fly fishing is not impacted, especially on staying in/over larger channels between weed beds. Harriman Fish Pond, however, mosses up almost totally making channels tough to find under windy conditions. Chesterfield seems to be fishing well with damsel flies emerging in sheltered bays on wind-free, which also sport aquatic plant growth. We have not received much information on Twenty-Four Mile Reservoir fishing success.