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Mayflies = BASS!
The water looked like
it was pouring rain as I casted my bass stopper worm out. It was a
warm spring night and the bass were jumping like crazy. I was
catching them as fast as I could get them off my hook! I knew that I
would never forget this night.
When the mayflies hatch, get out on the water. The bass fishing is
exciting. Top water lures or shallow divers work great for catching
Mayflies are aquatic insects that lay their eggs on the surface. The
eggs then sink to the bottom. When the eggs hatch the mayflies float
to the top and the bass have a feeding frenzy. This is when the time
is right to catch bass.
Mayflies don’t have a very long life span, they are often referred
to as “day fly.” This means that they basically live one day, mate,
and die. The mayflies usually hatch in one big group. Typically they
hatch around Memorial Day. This year southwest Michigan has had a
cold spring I would imagine that the hatch is going to be later than
normal. Mayflies have smaller hatches throughout the summer. When
they hatch get on the water! Good Luck
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