Smaller streams without significant spring inflow or lakes in their drainage are at base level which reduces overhead cover and increases the tendency to warm during daytime. Larger fish in such streams will move to deeper water where available. Larger streams seem to escape these situations and will offer good fishing until freeze-up. Consider Teton and Warm Rivers throughout their reaches, Big Elk, Birch Creek (above Lone Pine), Palisades, lower Robinson, and Sawmill Creeks as best destinations this time of the season. We at the shop can suggest the best area small waters to try this time of the season. Get in touch with us to help choose a stream to target.