Island Park Reservoir, mostly on the west end, has been drawn down to levels where sand bars and mud flats are exposed or close enough to the surface to present a hazard to boaters. Nevertheless good fishing can be had near spring holes such as Grizzly Springs. Getting there pretty much requires long distance boating, so be careful of the submerged conditions on the way there and back. When you get there, try bloodworm patterns under an indicator and experiment to find the taking depth. Springfield Reservoir is producing for those folks presenting midge pupa patterns around spring holes. Expect company on these and the few other still waters offering good fishing because so many such as Twenty-Four Mile, Daniels, Chesterfield and Condie have been drawn down to levels where conditions are unfavorable for fishing.