The cool rainy weather is helping make the mayfly emergences on the Madison below Quake Lake live up to its name. PMDs and BWOs are leading the way here. The north shore of Hebgen is the place to go if you enjoy presenting midge pupa at taking depths. Along the Hebgen south shore small leech and damselfly nymphs continue to produse and will until weeds interfere. The upper end of Elk Lake is a great remote water experience with small leech, midge pupa, and damselfly nymphs attracting the big resident cutthroat. Yellow sallys and PMDs are attracting very nice fish on the Beaverhead River.