Big exception for being in great shape are Teton River drainage streams coming off the Grand Teton Range. Bitch Creek, especially, is putting discolored water in the river. Robinson Creek green drakes are emerging, so are PMDs, caddis and a few golden stones are left. On Warm River, PMDs and yellow sallys are emerging, a few goldens are around , and the PM caddis hatch makes for a great time to try light weight equipment. Want some pan-sized brookies? Try the upper reaches of Buffalo River, Tom’s Creek and Partridge Creek. No reports yet on the Little lost drainage, but most Salt River drainage streams coming out of Idaho (Jackknife, Tincup, Stump creeks) are in great shape. Use golden stone and yellow sally adult patterns, PMD and caddis life cycle patterns. Fall River giant stonefly emergence is way up the canyon and approaching the Cave Falls area. The Ashton-Flagg Road is not officially open –needs to dry out on the highest (middle) stretch.