Flows are low, so trout will be more concentrated in likely holding water. With colder weather, proper presentations are a must.
Full nymph rigs have been our choice with a caddis larva and mayfly or midge nymph combo. Watch for hatches midday, and if you get frustrated, throw a Chubby just to see what happens. With warmer days, fish a Euro rig or heavy nymph setup in faster heavier water.
Streamer fishing may have a good showing as well.
Nymphs: Prince Nymphs and variants 14-18, RIOs Raindrop 14-16, TBH Jig Caddis 14-18, Czechmate 14-16, Hydropsyche Caddis nymph 14-16, Olive Cased Caddis 16-18.
Splitback BWO Nymph 18-22, Pheasant Tails 18-22, Micro Mayfly 16-20, Killer Mayfly Brown and Olive 18-20, Grey and Brown RS-2 20-22.
Zebra Midge or Poison Tung 18-22, Rainbow Warrior 18-20, Disco Midge 18-20, Black Midge Pupa 18-20.
Streamers: Mini Sculpin, Sparkle Yummy, Cheech Leech, Autumn Splendor, Circus Peanut, Butt Sump, RIOs Gold Jigger.