Many are at their best fishing shape right now. The Teton River is fishing great throughout its length. In Teton Basin, PMDs are providing action with terrestrial populations coming on. In the canyon, terrestrial patterns and chernobyl types provide the best action. Fall River is slow because of irrigation draw down. The upper Blackfoot River is providing good action in the Wildlife Management area. Flows in the river below the reservoir vary enough to make for spotty fishing. Terrestrial patterns, bead head nymphs, and sometimes PMD life cycle patterns bring action. South Fork and Salt River tribs are excellent fishing now with flav life cycle and terrestrial patterns making for great action. Small bead head nymphs bring early in the day action on all of these. Robinson Creek continues to produce with caddis, terrestrial and attractor patterns making for action. Same goes for Birch, Beaver and Medicine lodge creeks. Another choice is Warm River for a mile or two below the spring. Here caddis, sallys, PMDs, terrestrials, and a few BWOs make for action.