Fishing success is holding up well at Daniels Reservoir. Try the upper end and east shoreline with your favorite midge pupa pattern under an indicator. Find the taking depth, and action will come. Be sure to have some of your favorite damselfly nymph patterns on hand. Again, late and early are the best times to fish. We have a few good reports from folks trying Springfield Reservoir. Here fish cruise the channels between weed beds looking for food subsurface and on the surface. Presenting a dry damselfly pattern on top of channels between weed beds is effective. Use a strong (3X-4X) leader because hook fish can dive into the weed beds in an effort to escape.