Standing below the small barrier wall I eyed-up a few seams that looked promising for a drift. It wasn't a matter of "if" there were fish to be caught. But rather, which pattern and which seam they would desire today. I tied on a C2C Hare, which is a bead-head version of the Gold-Ribbed hare's Ear that I have been fishing for years. It's a great prospecting nymph, and one that I have confidence in when fishing clear cold waters of winter.