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Willow Flies In July On The Tennessee River
The phenomenon recurs every year.

Swarms of willow flies by the millions make their appearance along the Tennessee River, clouds of bugs that blacken the sky just before dusk and attract droves of fish when they first hatch. Better known as mayflies in other locales, willow flies are one of the yearly happenings that most fishermen anticipate with enthusiasm. The talk usually begins around May.

“Seen any bugs...

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“You’re wasting your time,” I authoritatively told my friend who obviously had no clue how to correctly fish for redfish.

As I slid my vessel into the fertile waters of Weiss Lake, my mind drifted back to 1985 and a time when life was simpler and youthful ignorance was...

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