As is usual this time of year, action slows on most waters. As waters warm (or drop then warm) fish seek the coolest places which hold the best dissolved oxygen amounts. Usually these are the depths making fishing tough, but steady springs or sizable, cooler creeks entering can be refuges. Thus these can be potential locations for action. If it is not possible to fish at depth, spring holes, or creek mouths can be locations for action. Speckled dun flights or dry damselflies in the early can bring surface action on many still waters.