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Hunting the Hex in Michigan

June 25, 2009 By: Marshall Cutchin

“Even on the darkest night, the angler’s eyes become adapted enough after 30 minutes or so that newly hatched insects floating down the river can be seen 10 yards away.” Eric Sharp offers several tips on fishing Michigan’s Hexagenia hatches, which peak in late June and early July.