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MuleShack

Bugs?

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Looking to head up on Friday evening and fish thru the night. are the bugs bad in the evening and after midnight or is it only if there is no wind?

any ideas from those who were out?

are they only on the mud or are they thick all over?

Thanks.

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Was out on the mud saturday night and we went in at 1030 because of the mayflies. Friends were drinking cocktails and spitting a couple out per sip. Couple thousand left in the boat carpet. The fish kept us constantly busy though.

Was not much wind saturday night.

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We were there last Friday night over the mud and couldn't keep the dang things off us. It was crazy. We were completely covered from about 11:00 on.

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we were on the mud from about 10pm to 6am on fri. and the bugs were horrible at first, but after midnight they really thined out.but it is different every time we go out so who knows.

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