The dry fly fishing has been a mix of technical and exciting. The bugs are still a sometimes-tricky concoction of Pseudoclon (ugh) and Baetis (better). Study the color of the predominant bugs and roll from there. Cream/yellow is a sure sign that the Pseudos are on the loose. If those tiny devils are around, I’m often resorting to a teeny cream emerger behind a bigger dry. For bigger Baetis, I’m a fan of the Snowshoe Baetis in an 18-22, or the Smoke Jumper Baetis in the same sizes. If you want a hatch-breaker option, go for a bigger Parachute Adams in grey or purple. Try a 14 for that deal.