Teton River in the basin is fishing very well with fish taking terrestrial and PMD life cycle patterns. Fish early and late in the day to avoid recreationists.
Fall River is dewatered because of irrigation demands. That means warm daytime water temps. Fish the evening caddisfly emergence, or AM spinner fall.
Bitch Creek is fishing well. Try it off the Jackpine Road where a private access is available. Traditional attractor, yellow sally, and caddis life cycle patterns will get you into action.
Larger trout in Robinson Creek have moved downstream to deeper holes where water temps are more to their liking. There may be some access to these holes through the Teton View subdivision.
Warm River continues to offer good fishing. If you plan to fish the lower river, walk up the old railroad grade to get away from the crowds fishing around the campground. You may find less company by going to Warm River Spring, parking in a pull-out, then walking downstream as far as time permits. Try terrestrial, traditional attractor, caddis and PMD life cycle patterns.
Not many flavs are showing up to date on Bear, Big Elk and Palisades Creeks. But mutant stone, caddis life cycle, traditional attractor, and terrestrial insect patterns are working just fine on each of these.