I fished it for a few hours today. Some action on hare's ears, copper johns and stone flies, but not all that much. 8 small fish to hand in 4.5 hours all in the 6-10 inch range. Lost one fish about 13" only a few feet from me. The river was not nearly as active (fish or insect wise) as when I was last there 3 weeks ago.
I've fished the cedar a grand total of 5 days. Based on my experience I didn't have to get fancy with nymphs or dry flies. The basic nymphs worked well and the attractor patterns seemed to produce better than the match the hatch dries.
Two weeks ago, I had a really great evening on a PMD emerger just before dark. Once I semi-matched the mayflies going off, I was getting vicious strikes every minute or so.
However, a few nights ago, the fish were going nasty just under the surface and the same tactics didn't produce. I tried three to four different emergers and never quite hit it. I was guessing they were chomping on Caddis as that was the one emerger I didn't have in my box.
I was actually out there on Sunday afternoon, hiking around here and there to different spots. Didn't see a single fish rise or get a hit on a nymph going deep. There were a lot of people out on the water though, which most likely didn't help much but spook fish. Tried a PMD and Elk Hair Caddis and nothing.