: Madison River: The dry fly midge fishing has picked up over the past week. The key to this fishing is getting a day that isn't going to be that windy. The warmest part of the day, from 11 to 3 PM, has been the most productive. Midge nymphs are a must at the moment but don't forget some stoneflies and San Juans.(If you go down around town, bring pink worms!) The 40 degree days are warming the waters enough for the fish to get interested in streamers. Various sculpin patterns are a good starting point. If sculpins aren't working try out a streamer that resembles a whitefish.