The Mad River has been in need of some water. When the St. Paris pike gage is below 300cfs, it is getting a little low. The recent rain today did not do really anything at all. This is good and bad in my eyes. First the fish will hold tighter to the structure, but will congregate in more pronounced holes. I would get out those longer leaders for nymphing or swing flies. 12ft and not a bit shorter. This will definitely help.
With the wet-fly swing, the caddis larva is still the main staple. I fish a couple different versions, but they all have a little chartreuse or bright green along the body behind a partridge collar. There is still a ton of bug activity so you may not need to dredge the bottom, but keep the nymph rig lightweight with a smaller indictor. Wet-Fly, use a tandem!
If you are upstream like a gentleman, keep it up and tie different versions of the caddis. I love to get into a variety of sedge dries in brown or black. We just brought in a ton of caddis patterns to the fly shop. Stop by and check them out. I do want to make aware that the shop has new Saturday hours from 9-2. Want to make sure you can get your stuff and still go fish.
If you are a streamer guy, hold onto your horses as the time is coming. We definitely need more water, but smaller versions of your favorite streamer have been taking a couple fish in the early mornings and late evenings from a couple local anglers.
Enjoy the weekend and good luck!