Wintertime on the fly can be fun and entertaining for any angler. Some things to keep in mind. Don’t be shy with weight. Many trout will hug the bottom of a stream during the wintertime since it has the least current, and they can almost sit there effortlessly. Continue to add weight to get your flies to get them down to the proper depth - the bottom!
Dress for success. Nothing can be worse than being frozen while on the water. Bring proper clothing for the day. Remember, you cannot wear what you do not have with you. Try to hit the stream from 11 am to about 4 pm as this is usually the warmest period during most days. One last note, try to fish after warming period. Usually the third or fourth day of air temps in the 50 to 60-degree range will make for some fun hookups!