Things are looking up as run-off slows on many drainages. The Madison River drainage remains the best, but look for Fall River and Lewis River drainages to begin kicking in soon. The Firehole River PMD, BWO, white miller, and caddis activities bring action. Some of these are giving action on the Gibbon River. Around the 4th of July, brown drakes will begin on Duck Creek and Gibbon River. Right now weed beds in Shoshone and Lewis lakes are producing for those presenting scud, streamer, and small leech patterns on full-sink lines. Want to try attractor patterns? Try Grayling Creek and Cougar Creek. Even the Gallatin is shaping up for presenting these. Want a chance at the biggest ‘bows in the Park? Try damselfly nymphs on Trout Lake. Want more info on strategy and flies for these great places? Get in touch with us.