I have a question about the frequency and "amount" of inspection that you do during the nectar flow in your area. This question relates to some threads about some hives becoming "hot" or difficult to deal with at times. I have 3 years recent experience with 3 hives. I did a search on Beesource and found some references to my question. My "style" of beekeeping so far has been to try and complete most "deep" inspections/manipulations by the first week of June for normal/strong hives. After I put on honey supers I may interchange their positions relative to the "brood chamber" according to how they are drawn out or how much nectar/capping is going on. I don't go into the brood chamber after that. Honey supers can become very heavy and to set them aside to go into a brood box to check??????????...........Something? I know swarms can occur late in the season; but what can you do? What procedures/methods of beekeeping do you use at this time of year when there is a honey flow? Thanks.