Myself and Dbone probably should've fished droppers below our dries to start with, cause once we did the fishing certainly picked up. i can't guarentee that it would've made a difference for that time of morning but i am guessing so. i caught a few on a dry (hoppers, cicada and a beetle), but other then that, top side was slow. i believe dbone got all his on the dropper. the droppers were just a variety of bead headed nymphs. i forgot my camera so dbone took most of the pics. not sure if the fishing was slow cause of our fly choices or, more then likely, due to the storm the night/early morning before we fished.