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Old 02-19-2001, 02:44 AM
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Hey Roballen (or anyone)...

This may sound strange, but does anyone know when I could reliably count on finding enough bugs in Ennis to photograph a big swarm around a porch light? Caddis would probably show up best, but anything in large numbers would be fine. Isn't there a "Mother's Day Hatch" or something like that? Any help would be appreciated.
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