Fancy a trip to New York’s Finger Lakes this spring? Come May it’ll be the place to be, as Brood VII of periodical cicadas emerge from their burrows and flop into streams and lakes. The thumb-sized black and orange bugs emerge when ground temperatures reach 64 degrees and trout, bass, carp, catfish- they all go nuts. Start tying, and learn more about the emergence here.
And if you really want to nerd out and are living in southwest Ohio- look for stragglers of mysterious Brood XXII.