Many of these are low because of the hot, dry summer we are beginning to finish up, but there are some streams with flows high enough to ensure good fishing. Warm River may be one of the best. A great stretch of the river begins just below Warm River Spring and extends into the canyon. We recommended this part of the river a few weeks ago with its population of brookies, browns and rainbows. Now it is one of the better small streams. Buffalo River is another spring fed stream worth fishing this time of year. It’s ideal for very lightweight equipment with its trico, BWOs, and caddisflies. Palisades Creek will always be a good choice because of inflow from its lakes. Want to experience the best fishing on the creek? It’s a five mile walk up a good trail, but the low gradient reach just above the lower lake is worth it. Teton River in the basin makes for a easy float trip. It’s ideal for pontoon boats, and fishing and recreational traffic there is now down considerably. Trico, BWO, caddis life cycle and terrestrial patterns should be in your fly box for this one. So there’s a few small stream possibilities. Get in touch with us to learn of more.