: Madison River: The West Fork is dumping some dirty water. The best clarity will be above here. Now that the West Fork is dumping we saw a big drop in the fishing action downstream of its confluence. We are seeing more and more dry fly fishing with BWO's and Midges. It has been mostly the upper sections lately that have had the most surface action. You can have some great nymphing too. Mayfly and Caddis nymphs dropped under stoneflies can get you a lot of action throughout the day. Big and Lil' Spankers are some flies that have fished great lately and are almost a must to have in your flybox. As we have been shifting further into spring, the trout have begun to go for a streamer better and better. Sculpins patterns and Whitefish patterns are a couple flies that have been working on the swing or strip. Heben Lake is still 90% frozen and Quake is about half, with the latest forecast we should about 2 more weeks before we lose the Upper to dirty water.