I returned to the same Class 1 stream, this time with sunshine in the forecast. The water was cold (43 deg F) and flowing about as high and dirty as it was a couple of days ago. I tried a few different flies (mostly bead head nymphs) but nothing was happening for me. I finally had a taker after I tied on a bead head bird's nest nymph. The second fish I caught revealed its position in the pool to me by rising for something right along the bank (just to the right of the foam). It took a number of drifts but I finally got it to take the bird's head. This pattern seems to be quite productive and will become one of my go-to flies in the future. A different day produced a couple fish in different pools, but still no brookies to brighten the day even further.