I do best with small spinners such as 1/8 oz. Blue Fox spinners, on ultralight tackle. Small Rapalas that look like minnows do well in some waters. Beetle spins with a white curly tail grub substituted for the original split tail grub are killers. Small metallic color spoons up to 3/8 oz. are good.
I started using 4" jointed Shad Raps on trout last year, and those things just hammer the trout in water above about 50 degrees.
Some people swear by Kastmasters, but those have never worked very well for me, I must not be holding my mouth right.
All of the above work better when the water has warmed up just a little, the trout seem to be slower at hitting moving lures when it's cold like now.
On streams, those little "Trout Magnet" jigs drifted just above the bottom with the help of a slip bobber do pretty well; not quite as well in the lakes.