Very nice! With nymphs you can try a dry/dropper rig. For slowish water like that creek in your pic it seems to work fairly well. You simply tie on a dry fly of your choosing, then about 18 or so inches of appropriate tippet, then tie your nymph on the end. I found on a couple of my local creeks that I get more hits using that then I do with a nymph and indicator.
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