Hebgen Lake is filling and fishing there has leveled off. Midge pupa patterns under an indicator is the best way to find action. A few fish are taken on streamer patterns. The South Fork of the Madison is running high and clear, and fishing is slow. The Madison River between Hebgen Dam and Cabin Creek is fishing well for nymphers, but has a big population of anglers. The Madison River below Quake Lake is improving with respect to conditions. For now try San Juan worms, and big stone fly nymph patterns. The Gallatin below the Taylor’s Fork confluence is high and discolored.