Fish appear to be moving into very shallow waters in Chesterfield Reservoir to feed on scuds, damselfly nymphs, and other things in weeds. Tailing fish are the clue to this, and they can be spooky. The upper end of Daniels Reservoir is producing for those presenting damselfly nymph patterns and midge pupa patterns under an indicator. Surface action seems to be slowing on Sand Creek ponds as the speckled dun emergence is past its peak. On all these reservoirs look for action with wet flies to pick up after a few good frosts.