Another fine choice would be to find locations in the two fly zones that offer water that is less frequented because of proximity to access points. You will not find any center pin or spinning rods here. Most anglers are using indicators and nymphs and there are an increasing number of two hand casters. In low water these places will be available by crossing and walking. In higher flows you will need to use one of the bridge crossings and walk. In some cases you will be the only rod on your side and looking at six to ten on the easy side.
Many of the Lake Ontario and Lake Eire tribs are producing well right now. The Salmon River is but one that gets a great deal of attention. We need to swing more and hope that in the future some of the pools will start to rotate. I expect the next few weeks will see a lot of action for the few who will make the effort.