Be careful with using the weights on fly line, here is what it says on page 3 of the 2010 rules.As soon as the sea run starts get out the fly rod. You may have to start with a sink tip line and use streamers to get the fly close to the bottom, which is where you'll get most of the action. If you have to you can even put a couple of small split shot on the tippet, but it does make it far harder to cast, that's why I prefer the sink tip line. Don't be afraid to use big streamers, the sea runs love them.
Whould wet flys work such as a wet royal wulff. Could you name me some streamers for brook trout.@Brandan
Not true. What you MAY have heard, however, is that trout don't bite the "dry fly" until later in the season, and that's true. They don't usually hit dries until actual flies are landing on the water (i.e.-mosquitos, millers, dragon flies, bees, etc), but you can start using May flies, well, in May, for example. But you can start using flies like streamers on opening day, if you like using them.