The Trico hatches this year have been good, and although there are only a few places you can safely fish them in New Jersey, there are quite a few creeks in PA that are cool enough to fish this hatch. I won't spot burn, but if you do some homework, there is some very good early AM trout fishing in the region to fish rising to these diminutive flies.
Here are a couple of patterns I've posted here before that seem to always take fish. Add to these the simple Trico pattern in the video I posted a few days ago, and you should be all set for this hatch. Tie them small, sizes #20-26, and be prepared to go smaller if you are getting refusals. This is one of those hatches that having the right size imitation on the end of your tippet can make the difference between catching and just fishing.
This simple pattern is Al's Trico. A reverse tie pattern that works exceptionally well. (Click on photos to enlarge)
This one is your standard zelon wing Trico. You can substitute whatever material you prefer for the wing - poly, antron, snowshoe rabbit foot, etc.
And if all else fails, or when the hatch wanes, tie on an ant. Trout love ants! And this one sort of looks like a Trico from below
Get up early, and see for yourself.