Springfield Reservoir has been spotty: up one day, down the next. Midge pupa patterns under an indicator are the best bet if a taking depth can be found. Small black or olive leech or damselfly nymph patterns can work. Hawkins Reservoir is also “off and on” with facilities and the dam face somewhat crowded. Chesterfield Reservoir has been slow fishing to date. No word yet on how Twenty-Four Mile Reservoir has been treating anglers. Daniels Reservoir remains the best still water bet in the area ( try midge pupa at the taking depth, dragonfly and damselfly nymph patterns), but look out for the WIND.