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Old 06-22-2018, 11:21 PM
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Default Lower OH Mayflies

While I was working on a dock this evening on the lower end of Old hickory there were Mayflies everywhere, every step I took I was stepping on them so get out there and get after them! Mornings, evenings and night fishing should be great with the hatch going on.

Good luck out there!
~Tyler~
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Old 06-23-2018, 09:38 PM
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While I was working on a dock this evening on the lower end of Old hickory there were Mayflies everywhere, every step I took I was stepping on them so get out there and get after them! Mornings, evenings and night fishing should be great with the hatch going on.

Good luck out there!
~Tyler~
I always thought it hurt the fishing , never caught fish when the mayflies were out, figured the fish were full

sever weeks ago we were at Nickajack and they were terrible, as soon as the sun set they started attacking our lights and us, was getting wet splats on my face and neck and every other exposed area lol
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