And the bugs are an issue, too. The major hatches of larger aquatic insects are long past. What's left is a procession of tiny caddis, mayflies, midges, and terrestrials, most of them size 20 and smaller. With a few exceptions, such as morning spinner falls of small trico mayflies, various insects appear randomly throughout the day rather than as major hatches. That means a sipping trout may take a couple of caddis, say, followed by a mayfly spinner, some midge pupae, and then a small emerging mayfly. For trout, it's a daylong buffet. For anglers, it's a smorgasbord of opportunity. Here are 10 ways to make the most of it.