Perhaps the best fishing on the irrigation reservoirs can be experienced on Daniels and Twenty-Four Mile reservoirs. Presenting damselfly life cycle patterns seems to work best on these. Try placing a damselfly nymph under an indicator and let it drift. The trick here is to stay focused on that indicator. Try the same with a midge pupa pattern. Some of the smaller still waters around the upper valley should be considered candidates for a visit. Good damselfly emergences take place on Paul Reservoir, Aldous Lake, the Harriman Fish Pond, and Horseshoe Lake. Aldous Lake requires a mile walk while packing a float tube or such, but you can drive easily to the other three. Sand Creek Ponds open for boat fishing July 16th, but we have reports of some good results from shore line fishing thanks to damselfly activity.