Terrestrial and attractor patterns work on all these this time of year. Some such as Birch Creek, Warm River, upper and lower reaches of the Teton River, and Stump Creek have morning Trico spinner falls.
The pic above shows Bear Creek about 1.5 miles above the campground/trailhead. Current Creek Guard Station sits at the edge of the fenced meadow. From here upstream as far as time permits the creek is a beautiful destination to fish. Resident cutthroat trout ranging to eighteen inches readily take terrestrial and attractor patterns. To enjoy Bear Creek; cross Palisades Dam, go past the Calamity area and bear right where the road forks. From here Bear Creek is about an eight mile drive. Get in touch with us for strategy thoughts on fishing this and other small streams.