Except for the Firehole River, it is streamer time! In the Firehole BWO and midge activity is bringing seasonal action. This also goes on in the lower Gibbon River in National Park Meadows, but run-up Hebgen Lake fish make streamer fishing much more attractive there if one wants to encounter large browns and ‘bows. Same can be said for the Madison River in the Park. Browns migrating into the Lewis River Channel from Lewsi and Shoshone lakes are making for some of the best streamer fishing anywhere. It is best to be there early as possible, so consider packing and camping into the Shoshone Lake outlet campground to spend the night and be the first on the river. You will see the best action that way. Other than the Firehole dry fly action and the brown trout runs, Beula Lake offers great action on bluebird days. Small leech and nymph patterns work best. The best location on Bechler River for action is between the Boundary Creek confluence and Rocky Ford. Try big dry attractors. Try the same on Fall River in its meadow reaches.