Wednesday, 6 June 2012 | Simon
I have spent the evening at the sailing club where my wife and daughter spend a lot of their time at being blown around the water. Whilst there I walked around the lake, partly for exercise, partly to see if the carp anglers had anything (nothing reported) and also to see if any insects were about. There were a couple of mayflies, large numbers of sedges near the club house, but as you got to the other end of the lake hundred of sedges in large clouds over the reeds, rushes and margins. Something I've not seen for a few years. Does this mean a bumper hatch everywhere else?
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