A few damselflies are moving on nearly all these in the southeast. This includes Daniels, Chesterfield, Twenty-Four Mile, Hawkins and Springfield reservoirs. Allow a few days of warm weather and they will really begin moving on all of these. Meanwhile, stick to the transition waters, fish the coves, inlets, and weedy areas with scuds and small leech patterns. Your favorite midge pupa under a strike indicator with an almost painfully slow retrieve will produce on these. Experiment to find the taking depth. The upper end of Daniels is a great example of where to fish.