Well, I met my friend early this morning and after parking our cars(one dropped off) we were on the water shortly after 7:30. The water was slightly colored (perfect), cloudy skies and water temp of 58/59 degrees. I started with a PS 2.0 (and Tenkara) and Mike started with a dry (and traditional). After about 2 hours with me catching most of the fish Mike switched to a Killer Bug and really started hitting the fish. He was at fish # 6 in a hole and after landing the fish for Mike (he forgot his net) I dropped and lost the fly which had come off the tippet. While he was retying I took advantage of the situation and got a 7th fish out of the hole. What are friends for, right? We got to another nice hole and Mike was having trouble getting deep enough so he had me jump in. After my 7th fish in that hole (all on the bottom) my nymph came off, Mike returned the favor and pulled in a 16 ½" brown. We lost count of the number we caught overall but the average size was probably the best we have had. I know nothing about Tricos, but nymphs sure as heck are working.