Most of these are fishing very well right now. Midge pupa under an indicator seems to work everywhere. Chesterfield produces around coves and willows as well as near the upper end (But below the reservation boundary). Daniels Res. (and Hawkins Res.) continues to produce best on the upper end and around shorelines before the wind kicks up. Twenty-Four Mile Reservoir is coming alive with midge pupa and small leeches producing. The big news is that damselfly nymphs are beginning to appear on all these with the peak and real action yet to come. Treasureton Res. is still in a recovery mode from the fish kill of a few years ago.