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    Default Caney Fork Bugs

    The water release policy on the Caney has produced some good weed beds that look like they would harbor some good mayflies. I hear there are some BWO's there, but has anyone thought of introducing some mayflies such as sulphurs? Looks like they could be established over time.

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    We've always had a few sulphers on the Caney

    Grumpy

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