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Mayflies?

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I was out on Big Cormorant with the folks yesterday. Noticed some clouds on the depth finder and some of the fish were suspended off the bottom. Didn't really see any Mayfly bodies but not sure what else it sould have been.

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All I've seen for mayflies in the area so far were Pale Morning Duns (PMDs) about size 18-20 (I know that's troutspeak). There was a massive dragonfly hatch when I drove home from work last Thursday afternoon. I mainly saw them over by Sallie. Could be what was clouding your graph, as dragonfly nymphs are quite large...

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