Mark Crawford with springriverfliesandguides.com (870-955-8300) sent us the photo (left), which reminds us that you want to give the youngsters a chance to experience fishing a cool trout stream during this heat spell, and the Spring River has it going on. Mark said the catching has been great early with the bite tapering off when the heat rises. Olive and black Woollies, El Diablos and Guppies have been hot. Some mornings have had good hatches, and a hopper dropper (with the dropper being a hare’s ear), pheasant tail or a prince working well. Hot pink and white Trout Magnets are working well. You’ll have to fish them just off the bottom. Adjust float as depth changes, Mark says.