With increased feeding opportunities, the fish are now moving back into the riffles and feeding hard. Make sure you have plenty of midge pupa in sizes 18-24 and lots of Baetis nymphs in sizes 18-20. Dry fly enthusiasts are finding their fair share of rising fish in the slower pools and tailouts too.
It's hard to go wrong with a size #20-22 Matt's Midge or a size 24-26 Parachute Adams to fool the midge feeders that are focusing their attention on the adults. A size 20 Mathew's Comparadun has been effective in fooling trout keying on mayfly duns.