Damselflies, nymphs and adults, is the big happening on all of these: Chesterfield, Daniels, Hawkins, Springfield, Twenty-Four Mile. This means try the shallower waters and around submerged vegetation: use floating lines for adults and either floating or intermediate lines for nymphs, all in your favorite patterns. Even holds true on Twin Lakes where warm water types are most numerous. Want to try a different still water? Pack your float tube into Aldous Lake above Kilgore to enjoy the damselflies there. Or drive to Paul Reservoir off Interstate 15 for more of the same.