At last some are beginning to shape up. Beaver and Camas creeks are worth fishing. So are Tincup and other creeks flowing out of Idaho into the Salt River. Try beadhead nymphs, San Juan worm, and wooly bugger variations. On July 1st several South Fork tributaries open to fishing. Post spawning cutts to big sizes are likely to be in Bear and McCoy creeks. Woolly buggers and small streamers should interest these fish. If you are looking for small brookies, try Tom’s and Chick creeks at the top of the Buffalo River, Squirrel Creek, and upper Warm River.