Dry flies: In the early summer Dunn patterns. Around mid Nov onwards, brown beetles followed by green beetles and then cicada patterns during the day. In the evening trout will rise for sedge patterns as well. And when all else fails to induce a rising trout to take anything, try a Daddy-Long Legs pattern. It may not be what they are eating at that time but they can't seem to resist one when it floats past.
Nymphs: Small lightly weighted Pheasants Tails, Halfbacks and Hare and Coppers (size 14 or 16)
Woolly Buggers, Mrs Simpsons or Hamills Killer patterns during the day and darker patterns late in the evening such as a black Fuzzy-Wuzzy. Fish these through deeper pools and under banks and vegetation. Otherwise try small wee wets, especially those with soft hackles such as spider patterns and fish them through the faster water
Spinners: Small bladed spinners such as veltic (in green or red) and Mepps or small Rapalas for the bigger pools.