If you enjoy fishing small streams being in this area right now is like being a kid in a candy shop. July and August have seen a surplus of rainfall in much of the area which helps these streams maintain good flows with water temperatures more suited for active fish. The “where to go” choice is almost endless, and we can help point out some of these depending on your preferences. So for now let’s just point out the few “where not to go” locations.
Water flow out of Blackfoot River Reservoir is variable enough to slow fishing in the river below.
Robinson Creek is down to base level and therefore warmer making fish migrate downstream to deep holes such as near Teton View Estates on downstream.
Pine Creek is slow fishing for much the same reason as for Robinson Creek.
Shallower beaver ponds on such as Jackknife and Tincup Creeks have warmed enough that during afternoon hours fish there will move to riffles above in order to find more dissolved oxygen.