The answer is no, it isn't any different than skating flies for steelhead. I spent a lot of time on the Missouri between the dam and Cascade during the 7 years I lived in Cascade and the 4 years I lived in Boulder. Any summer evening when the Hydropsyche caddis egg-laying is in full swing, use a #16 ginger, tan, or yellow-brown Elk Hair Caddis tied with Antron or Z-lon dubbing, ginger (or dyed ginger grizzly) hackle, and light or medium elk hair wing. Grease the elk wing, cast across and down so the fly starts to skate almost immediately.
I used 9' and 10' leader with a 3x tippet (to protect it from being broken on the take of an 18" Arlee Strain Bow on a 9' or 10' 5 or 6 wt rod.