Blue wings could be out today on the lower if the wind doesn't get too crazy, if not they should be here at some point this week and there should be midge adults as well. The weather looks cloudy and windy in the mid 50s in the first half of the week and high 60s in the second half of the week. Nymphing with crayfish, worms, zebra midges, BWO nymphs, and sowbugs/scuds will still be your best bet for catching fish. Streamer fishing should be productive as well with most colors I would try olive and tan first.
The lower Madison River is considered to be the Madison River from below Ennis Lake, downstream to the headwaters of the Missouri River. This section of the Madison flows through the Beartrap Wilderness Area in a narrow gorge characterized by some serious whitewater and difficult access. Once the river leaves the Beartrap Canyon, the river dramatically changes character, becoming wider with a seemingly gentle flow all the way to Three Forks, where it joins the Jefferson River and Gallatin River to form the Missouri River.