Chesterfield Res. is producing some great fishing. Damselfly nymphs, speckled dun life cycle patterns, and midge pupa are the top producers. Coves and bays, transitions, weedy areas are best. Don’t overlook trying backswimmer and waterboatman patterns in shallow water. All the same applies for Daniels Res. : the upper end and east shoreline are great places for action. The east shoreline early and late in the day when the wind is not blowing may just provide action that keeps you out of a boat or tube. At Hawkins Res. try the upper end where coves and submerged vegetation host a lot of the same insects. For Twenty-Four Mile Res., try creek inlets with damsefly nymphs and small leech patterns. Twin Lakes bluegills remain active.