"Some days you are the bug,some days you are the windshield"
Three rivers this past week all had something hatching in some degree or another. March Browns ,Hendricksons ,Blue wings and Quill Gordons for mayflies. Caddis were prolific in some areas. Midges are still active in the morning. Keep an eye out for spinner falls in the a.m. and evenings. Stones showed sporadically . For as many insects that are hatching the indicator or streamer rig is the weapon of choice. I need to see adults taken off the surface (numerous times) before I change over to a dry.
Small streams are the best place if you are the dry dependant type. I've been looking at a thin blue line on a map for a few years now. It's on the short list for next week. One pattern you don't want to be in short supply of right now is an Adams. Sizes 10-16. Parachute, Comparadun or Wulff style. A good presentation beats an exact pattern almost every time.