Egg or san juan worms are great attractors followed closely by a tiny midge or BWO design. I have tried personally a grey smooth hackle and pheasant end with success on both. I will be putting #18-#24 zebra midge habits. A typical 8 to 10 base nymph rig with 2 BB split shot seems to keep my flies within the hit zone. Once the liquid falls I experienced to reduce up in some areas (4-6 feet deep).
Nymph Patterns: Scuds, San Juan worms, Juju beatis/Jujube midge, Pheasant tail, Zebra midge, Rs-2, Gray soft hackle, Egan's Frenchie, Black Beauty, Turkey biot midges, wd-50, prince nymph, cased caddis, jig-a-glow, and eggs (green, orance, yellow).
Olive had been the colour today. We fished a 9 ft 2x frontrunner with 2-4 feet of 2x tippet. It was much more effective than utilizing a sinking frontrunner or a sink tip fly line. Sculpin patterns fished sluggish and deep switched almost all of the seafood. Just a few arrived on the scene of quick liquid or quickly retrieves. I threw black colored, white and ginger additionally nonetheless they were not obtaining chases or consumes the olive had. The hits had been refined with frozen hands made it difficult to stick them sometimes.