They are all fishing well except for some headwater streams that have warmed up. These include such as Rock, Squirrel and Conant creeks. Right now Big Elk, Palisades, Rainy, Pine and McCoy creeks are fishing quite well. Use traditional attractor and terrestrial patterns. Same can be said for Salt River tribs; Jackknife, Tincup, Stump and Crow creeks. Warm River just below the spring is a great choice for traditional attractors in small sizes. The upper Blackfoot River is clearing, but small leech patterns work best until fish begin looking for terrestrial insects.