Some small streams will remain good fishing for several weeks to come. These include the Palisades Reservoir tributaries, Blackfoot, Buffalo, Fall, Warm, Teton, and Warm Rivers; Birch, Bitch, Medicine Lodge, and Robinson Creeks. Another one to consider is Grey’s River. A Wyoming non-resident day fishing license is an affordable $15, and the river is just southeast of Alpine, Wyoming. The countryside is particularly beautiful around this classic freestone stream and Snake River fine spotted cutthroat are the only trout resident above the first few miles. The Grey’s is a PM fishery needing to warm for both insects and fish to become active. Some caddisflies and a few flavs remain to attract trout, but terrestrial patterns are the best way to success.