We cannot promote these enough. Almost any small stream in the area will produce now until dropping to base level and cold weather arrives. In some of these, fish will move downstream where overhead cover ( Beaver, Jackknife, Robinson Creeks) may be more abundant. Others with a good inflow from springs, tributaries, or lakes (Bear, Bitch, Big Elk, Palisades Creeks, Warm River) fish will hold their location until cold weather arrives. On all these terrestrial insects, especially grass hopper patterns and caddis life cycle patterns will be effective for weeks to come unless a major mayfly emergence (western green drake, trico) happens. In these warm dog days wading wet on the Teton River from some of its access locations in the valley can be comfortable and rewarding (candidate fly: grasshopper patterns). The Rainey access is a good candidate for doing so. Get in touch with us for fishing condition details on any small stream.