The small creeks draining the Eastern Sierra have dropped a small yet noticable amount in the last couple weeks. Smaller dries are called for with the cooling night temperatures. I personally have been doing best with a dry/dropper combo to sample the trout populations of these bubbling brooks. A stimulator in an medium to large size range trailed with a like sized nymph will produce fish if they are in there. Cooler night temps are also turning the lower flows here to a cooler temperature. I have seen some larger cadddis activity on a few of the streams in the shaded sections of the runs.. Small buggers will always bring up some sort of action on this water. Try pullin them down first, then going to the top and pulling them up for a different presentation.