Get out of the slower water and look for water with a higher oxygen content and moves faster.
Water that is breaking over rocks and forming plunge pools is a good bet, for fish that are hanging on the bottom.
You may want to use a little more weight than normal. This will get the fly down faster to those fish that are nosed right up tight in the pockets.
There has been a little caddis action on top in the evenings.
Top Flies: Birds nest, Black AP, small rubber legs, micro may fly, caddis larva, light tan caddis dry, red and black copper johns, and Gordon prince have all been working well.