I have been to the Black 2 nights in four days and the dry fly fishing is getting much better. The trick is to move, move, move. Last night the key was to find rising fish, present a fly and move on. I also noticed that they are getting a little bit " smarter " Good casts and drifts were rewarded with a rise and bad presentation was being peanalized with laying the fish down for a while. If the fish lays, leave him be, identify what they are rising to and return on the way back to where you parked.
The browns were rising to Sulpher's last night. Try any dry with a more orange hackle.
Keep you updated on river conditions and my exploits.