I know this isn't a thread about wild vs native vs swinging vs beadazzling vs suing dfw..... so, I hope it's not mistakingly categorized as a troll topic because it's so far off the general topics as of late. This is real. What tactics do you guys use when fishing for winter steelhead when it's bright and sunny? I know this happens maybe .01% of the time. But, I have to admit, my confidence level drops big time when the sun and glare come out. I honestly would rather fish an off color river given my history of sunny skunkage. Do you lengthen the leader? Do you start fishing the riffles more? Do you look for the shade? Do you change up the color of your flies to something brighter? Curious.