Fly-fishing from the banks at Springfield Reservoir is effective lately. Locations are limited, and water has not warmed much. But try the unoccupied docks near the culvert under Highway 39 and at the east end park. There is some room to move around on the south shoreline behind Homer’s resort, but be careful of the deep mud in places. You do not want that cold water inside your waders! Try small wooly bugger types or small prince nymphs on an intermediate line and a slow troll. Midge activity should soon be on the increase as water warms, so have your floating line, indicators and midge pupa patterns available.