With Henry’s Lake slowing down it is a gift to have these places with great fishing ongoing. Chesterfield, Daniels, Hawkins and Twenty-Four Mile have been offering very good fishing for quite some time. On all these concentrate efforts around shallows, such as the upper end, around the trees, and along the east shoreline at Daniels. Try the coves and around willows and tules on Chesterfield, and the upper end bays and drop-offs at Hawkins. Use damselfly nymph patterns, small leech patterns and midge pupa under an indicator (experiment to find taking depth). Twin Lakes bluegills remain active. Use bluegill candy, foam spiders, midge pupa, and small clousers. Weston Reservoir has been producing nice trout and some perch over by the cliffs, but remember float tubes only here. Treasureton Res. is still recovering from the fish kill two winters ago. Springfield seems to be the slow one of the bunch, but early and late day midge pupa at taking depth will bring some action.