They might as well call it "Appalachian Nymphing" cause it's essentially high sticking like our Southern forefathers did.
The exception is, the nymphs are unique and people are doing on much larger rivers.
Also- Tenkara fishing was done by early Appalachians too.
Good advice Shawn. Typically, if your indicator is moving the same speed as the surface water, then your nymph's moving downstream too fast.
Mend baby, mend!
That's depressing about the majority of fish taken down low are stockers. Yuck.