Streams are shaping up nicely. Grayling Creek is fishable. Duck Creek is fishing well. Use damselfly nymph patterns. Watch for evening brown drakes beginning in about a week. Same will happen on meadow reaches of the Gibbon River. Fall River Basin streams are dropping, but wet flies remain best. Some rises to yellow sallys. Hare’s ear nymphs #10 fished just below surface work well. Look for PMDs to begin emerging soon there. The Firehole River is still producing for those using BWO, PMD, and caddis life cycle patterns. The Madison River PMD hatch goes on. Green drake emergence on the Lewis River meadow reaches below Lewis Falls is getting going. Some are also emerging on meadow stretches between Lewis & Shoshone lakes, but pitching streamers there is best bet for action. Shoshone Lake is great fishing if one gets out to submerged weed beds and uses full-sink line to present scud (olive) and small leech patterns. Ashton-Flagg Road is not officially open on the west side. Needs to dry out on highest stretches before Beula Lake can be reached from the Idaho side.