Daniels and Twenty-Four Mile reservoirs seem to have the most consistent action with damselfly, midge, and speckled dun life cycle patterns bringing the most action. Evenings and early AMs are best times as is typical for the time of year. With respect to Chesterfield Reservoir, fishing success depends on who you talk to. Some of the shallow water there is weeding up as is the case with Springfield and Treasureton reservoirs. If weeds make wet fly presentation tough, look for rises to dry damsel and speckled dun patterns. Some of us visited the upper end of Mackay Reservoir and had a great time catching ‘bows, cutts and brookies to medium sizes.