Best all-around patterns for fishing streams in the Madison and Gallatin river drainages are spruce moth, hopper, and ant patterns. Good gulper fishing continues on Hebgen Lake where fish are taking tricos on the Madison Arm. Some speckled duns remain on other parts of the lake. Want to get into some fast action from small but active fish? Try the West Fork of the Madison River. There are several miles of stream to fish. Small hopper, traditional attractor, spruce moth, or caddis life cycle patterns will work just fine.