Dry flies: Early in the season try Parachute Adams or other representations of a hatching may fly and from November, Green beetles and from mid summer, cicada patterns. Like most rivers however, observation is important to see what is landing on, or emerging from the water and then trying to represent it with a similar fly pattern.
Nymphs: Small lightly weighted or unweighted Pheasant Tail, Pheasant Tail emerger, Prince Nymphs, Halfbacks and Hare and Coppers in sizes 14 to 18.
Wet flies: Small soft hackled wet flies fished just subsurface especially during the evening rise can be very effective on warm evenings. In the lower reaches patterns such as a Grey ghost, Parsons Glory or other representations of smelt or whitebait can be effective from mid-October through to December when larger trout are chasing the whitebait.
Spinners: Small bladed spinners preferably in red and gold patterns such as a Veltic fished through the pools or upstream into the faster water can be effective during the day when other methods fail.