Chesterfield Reservoir is the star of the show here. You can catch fish in both deep & shallow water with success. Midging (pupa under an indicator at taking depth) and small leech or damselfly nymph patterns all seem to work. More good news is that Springfield Reservoir was stocked about three weeks ago, those fish have equilibrated, and they are hitting small (black) leech patterns and bead head peacock leeches presented on intermediate lines. A midge pupa under an indicator is sure to work. The fish run 16-19 inches, but holdovers are running over twenty inches. Double digit catch days are common. Sand Creek Pond #4 is still producing for those using damselfly nymph patterns. Daniels Reservoir is good fishing, even though water is low enough such that upper end trees are out of water. Damselfly nymph patterns and leeches in fall colors work. Twenty-Four Mile Reservoir remains very low enough such that approaching the water can be tough going through mud.