Almost every small stream in our region now offers good to great fishing. Exceptions are the lower Blackfoot River, a few streams in the headwaters of the Teton River drainage, and the Teton River in the basin where recreational boating could dominate mid-day hours. Robinson Creek has to be a favorite this time of year. With five different salmonid species present ( browns, brookies, cutts, rainbows, and whitefish), the fun of not knowing which will respond to life cycle imitations of caddis, golden stones, PMDs, western green drakes, sallies, and to those of terrestrial insects is hard to beat. True most of these fish are in small to medium sizes, but a few residents of large sizes are present. There is a lot of activity going on and current interest in our larger waters. So such as Bear, McCoy, Palisades, Beaver, Crow, Jackknife, Medicine Lodge, Stump, Tincup Creeks and upper Blackfoot, Little Lost, and Warm Rivers will offer much more serenity.