Small streams in the Henry’s Fork drainage are shaping up. Most are a bit high, but clear. The Fall River stonefly hatch has begun. Action will move up to the Kirkham Bridge soon. Robinson Creek and its tribs are high, clear and fisheable. Big stoneflies have emerged, but wet flies and nymph patterns are best until flows drop some. Teton River remains high & discolored. In the canyon, stoneflies should hatch in significant numbers soon. Warm and Buffalo rivers, Partridge and Tom’s creeks are great choices for trying light weight tackle with caddisflies, PMDs, BWOs, and a few golden stones emerging (on Warm River). Birch Creek family area remains a great place to take youngsters, oldsters and entry level folks. Most emergences there are during afternoons. Beaver and Medicine Lodge creeks are also high, clear, and fisheable. PMD hatches on the upper Portneuf River are resulting in action. Salt River drainage streams in Idaho are also high,and clear. No reports yet on fishing success there.