Two great events that will be happening soon will brown drake emergences on the Gibbon River in the upper meadows and on Duck Creek. Cold, high waters may delay or spread out the Gibbon River event, but the one on Duck Creek should be about on time. Both are evening affairs, so have a great dinner in West Yellowstone, then head to the waters. Expect good fishing until dark. Fishing on the Firehole River is holding up with PMDs, BWOs and white millers making for action. For Fall River Basin enthusiasts, don’t expect the Ashton Flagg Road to be open from the Idaho side for a week or two. Also flows in Fall River coming out of the basin are about double normal, so meadow reaches in the basin are presently akin to cranberry bogs. Expect some great fishing there later this summer, and fantastic mosquito hatches through July.