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Default Re: One H-E-double hockey sticks hell of an attractor pattern.

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Originally Posted by mcnerney View Post
My guess would be a hexagenia limbata spinner.
If the Stimulator is a #12, that is not a Hex, Larry. At least not the one's that I am familiar with in Michigan. They are size #6 flies; just huge mayflies. Think salmonfly with a slender body and upright wings.

I would generically call that bug a Mahogany Dun.
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