Damselflies are hatching in great numbers on all reservoirs (Chesterfield, Daniels, Hawkins, Twenty-Four Mile) to the southeast. Densest hatch is on Twenty-Four Mile Reservoir. So try your favorite damselfly nymph patterns, and do not overlook trying midge pupa patterns as fish remain interested in them, too. Now is the time to try these reservoirs because if draw-down comes along with warming weather, action will slow. Springfield Reservoir with its discolored water seems to offer the slowest action of these.