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Old 04-16-2019, 05:40 PM
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Thier back!!!
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Where are they? How far north?

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I know they have them in central FL, not sure if thatís where the OP is talking about.
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I had them once...no, twice.
But they didn't come from FL. Both young ladies were Virginians.

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Haven'i seen them in E TX yet....believe me when you're out on a bike you know when they show up. LOL
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Haven'i seen them in E TX yet....believe me when you're out on a bike you know when they show up. LOL


They are not tasty I can tell you that
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Haven'i seen them in E TX yet....believe me when you're out on a bike you know when they show up. LOL
I made a bike trip to FL once. No windjammer. I caught one just above my shades and I'd swear it was at least a .50 caliber. And they will screw up a paint job if you don't wash the bike every day.
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They don't taste very good I'll tell ya that.

(A 'buff' over one's face helps.)
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They have a bug around lake Erie called a sand fly (caddis fly) that is much worse.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Buffalo/com...azy_this_year/



Small mothlike bugs whose guts must be a mixture of superglue and acid.

They emerge by the trillions for a short time of the year. Especially during dusk.
I rode my bicycle for a few hours and had bugs up my nose, in my eyes and hair, everywhere. Horrible little things.
They will take the paint right off your hood, no problem.

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SWFL,Collier co...think it might be easier to just break my windsheild and let the insurance replace it.
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I made a bike trip to FL once. No windjammer. I caught one just above my shades and I'd swear it was at least a .50 caliber. And they will screw up a paint job if you don't wash the bike every day.
palmetto bugs feel like a 105 howitzer..bout knocked me off my bike once
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