Fish nymphs in deeper areas with or without indicators of some sort. Try some nymphs with flash backs or small spots of hot colors sort of Euro style. In the C&R area there are usually a few trout sipping midges in the Quiet Water above the Allenberry Dam, at least on warmer days. Slow rolling a streamer, Woolly Bugger or similar, could take a few fish too. PRAY for warmer weather!!!
Remember, only the C&R area is open now. The creek still looks great with just a little bit of color, just very nice. If you fish the lower section, please park in the Fisherman's Parking lot at Allenberry. The Meadow gets very soft (if things ever thaw out) and a lot of damage can be done. Let's not p.o. the Heinze family. They have been very kind over the years but even they have their limits.The parking lot at the Run below BS Lake is in pretty fair shape now so parking there should be no problem. Very cold again so water temperatures are fridgid. Weather Guy says temps may be in the fourties over the weekend. It will take more than one or two days of that to really springs things loose (no pun intended) but fourties will be GREAT! If you can stand it or can't stand it and must get out try I.C.S.I. Midges (#20-24) in grey, olive, or black, or tiny CdC patterns in the Run or flat water, and Zebra Midges (#18-24) in olive, black or brown behind nymphs, or run Buggers. Nymphing with some of the Euro methods should be productive too. Good Luck!