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  • Greetings from Washington state - Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA - NANFA Forum
    a global face to this wonderful way to understand the world in our backyard waters I m throwing it out to you to tell me what to cover If you would like me to share your photos or video please send me a message over on the River Snorkeling community Thanks and I look forward to better covering your region in the future One note I understand that this group is home to many serious fish folks and that aquariums are par for the course Unfortunately I do not feature footage shot in aquariums The whole idea of the page is to get people out in the wild Russ Admin River Snorkeling Oh yeah here s my vimeo page If you are on vimeo you are welcome to link your videos to my channel Edited by RussR 05 December 2014 01 49 PM Back to top Quote MultiQuote 2 Josh Blaylock Josh Blaylock Board of Directors Central Kentucky Posted 08 December 2014 11 55 AM I run the NANFA FB page if you have content from WA please let me know and I can share it via NANFA I m always looking for new things to share Josh Blaylock Central KY NANFA on Facebook NANFA on YouTube NANFA on Google KYCREEKS KRWW KWA Within these natural boundaries is Kentucky Shaped like the mouldboard on a hillside turning plow Kentucky is neither southern northern eastern nor western It is the core of America If these United States could be called a body Kentucky can be called its heart Jesse Stuart 1952 Back to top Quote MultiQuote 3 RussR RussR NANFA Guest Washington Posted 13 December 2014 10 18 PM Hi Josh Since I m in salmon land they comprise the bulk of what I shoot Here s a short video I

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  • AL10 here - Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA - NANFA Forum
    Columnaris and Ichthyopthirius Ich They can also have skin gill flukes intestinal worms protozoan diseases and others including most of the same ones that tropical fish get There s always some disease risk when mixing fish from different places but most FL farmed fish in pet shops are probably already carrying or at least exposed to most if not all of the fish diseases in your local streams Some of us here often mix tropicals and natives together without any disease problems Regular NaCl salt not Epsom salt is effective against some diseases Your state university has some excellent fish health disease articles online here http tal ifas ufl ublications htm Back to top Quote MultiQuote 8 al10 al10 NANFA Guest North Carolina Posted 16 September 2014 09 16 PM Ok thanks I just had someone on my tropical fish forum got columnaris in there tank and all but 1 fish have died in a week they had like 30 fish So if I asked my lfs to quarintine or if I quarintine with my 1 2 gallon how long should I quarintine I am willing to do it for 2 months iwould like it shorter but that s the longest I will go are there any home remedies that will kill paristites and or diseases What will epsom salt help with Will api betta fix help anything It is tea tree oil I have some ick tabs but they are for 10g tanks so I don t know how I could use them Back to top Quote MultiQuote 9 al10 al10 NANFA Guest North Carolina Posted 17 September 2014 08 02 AM Ok after someone answers the above what do they eat I have tropical fish flakes new life spectrum thera A 1mm and betta pellets I may be able to get some kind of mosquito larvae but I m not sure I am also breeding pond snails Back to top Quote MultiQuote 10 Guest don212 Guest don212 Guests Posted 17 September 2014 08 04 PM cast nets generally have too large diameter mesh you need about 1 4 inch swamp darters are not picky eaters but are bottom fish at the ifs they have semi sinking small pellets you might try cut up earthworms try a five gallon plastic bucket kept in the house to control temp with an airstone or small flilter and frequent waterchanges for couple of weeks as a quarantine then see if they are healthy I m just hacker myself but I m trying to go simple and cheap good luck Back to top Quote MultiQuote 11 al10 al10 NANFA Guest North Carolina Posted 17 September 2014 08 20 PM Ok thanks I have will use dip netting and minnow traps hopefully I can go to a lake soon I was wondering if you know if there are any swamp darters at the alafia river state park If I cut the top bit of a 1g milk container can I use that as a

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  • AL10 here - Page 2 - Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA - NANFA Forum - Page 2
    Saluda Posted 17 November 2014 04 09 PM Ok guys I m al10 now mu account was lost in the glitch thing It is a preformed 30g pond not within a mile of any natural water and I have a tropical tank and don t have anydiseases and I do a peroxide dip before putting in their Ha I just figured that out as I was going through this thread So how many times have we given you the thou shalt not release captive fish speech now Thanks for taking it with patience We mean only the best as we have learned you do too Glad to have you around Al Matt Knepley No thanks a third of a gopher would merely arouse my appetite Back to top Quote MultiQuote 22 al10 al10 NANFA Guest North Carolina Posted 17 November 2014 04 33 PM Haha I figured Ummm on this forum or on all my forums combined Total like 20 yeah I have autism and have learned patience with people Back to top Quote MultiQuote Prev Page 2 of 2 1 2 Back to Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA Reply to this topic HTML mode is enabled 1

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  • Hello, newbie here. - Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA - NANFA Forum
    spring run and sandy creek also is an interesting snorkel Im in Mississippi where we lack springs except for this one lake about 2 hrs down the road where I grew up snorkeling Mississippi does lack alot of stuff for people like myself and alot of you on this forum I love the diversity of Florida Oh yes if you ever get a chance to go to Calfornia NoCal up around the Big Sur area be sure to snorkel the Big Sur river Its awesome Yes cant wait for the Crystal River trip Back to top Quote MultiQuote 6 Guest don212 Guest don212 Guests Posted 12 November 2014 09 13 AM if you come to citrus county make sure you drift dive the upper rainbow all the dive shops run trips there or you can run up to kp hole in dunnellon and a boat captain named bill will drop you off about a mile upstream crystal river has become a real mess except for 3 sisters spring which is the most popular manatee encounter area they are also in homosassa which is also very crowded and chasshowitzka which is about 20 miles south much less crowded and a beautiful place to snorkel send me a message before you come i might be able to show you around Back to top Quote MultiQuote 7 brannon67 brannon67 NANFA Guest USA Posted 12 November 2014 09 15 AM I love scuba but I really dont do to much of that these days unless its a spring or river etc I cant afford trips that cost any where from 2000 00 not including plane tickets to 6000 00 or more Way out of my budget I just take little extended weekend trips mostly Scuba is so expensive I mostly snorkel now Its a much simplier life these days Ha Back to top Quote MultiQuote 8 brannon67 brannon67 NANFA Guest USA Posted 12 November 2014 09 19 AM Oh yes the Rainbow River is gorgeous I have dove it many times Love it I love the whole area Been to Homosassa also Havent been to the Chasshowitzka yet Hey will do thank you for the hospitality Back to top Quote MultiQuote 9 Michael Wolfe Michael Wolfe Board of Directors North Georgia Oconee River Drainage Posted 12 November 2014 10 43 AM Welcome Brannon just to be the picky administrative guy please put your general location Mississippi and maybe a river drainage in your profile it will help people a lot For instance it you are in Missssssssswhatever then I can tell you that you are not that far from some places to snorkel in North Alabama or North Georgia or Tennessee I mean you could drive over for a weekend trip on the Conasauga next spring you would really enjoy that Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing Benjamin Franklin Back to top Quote MultiQuote 10 brannon67 brannon67 NANFA Guest USA Posted 12 November 2014 11 18 AM Yes thats true

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  • New native fishkeeper here, from Baltimore MD. - Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA - NANFA Forum
    went to Lake Roland found an out of the way spot on the far side of the lake past the lightrail threw a line 10 feet into the water and immediately started catching Bluegill I took two small females home for the tank I m happy with my aquarium thus far but I feel like something s missing some madtoms maybe if I can find any Anyway I m really enjoying the hobby and I ve learned a lot just perusing this forum If anyone has any suggestions for companions to my bluegills or has any advice in general comment or send me a message Thanks Edited by bigmouthbilly 26 October 2014 09 38 PM Back to top Quote MultiQuote 2 Guest NotCousteau Guest NotCousteau Guests Posted 26 October 2014 09 59 PM Welcome That looks like a great aquascape Back to top Quote MultiQuote 3 Guest bigmouthbilly Guest bigmouthbilly Guests Posted 26 October 2014 10 44 PM Thanks Back to top Quote MultiQuote 4 Guest njJohn Guest njJohn Guests Posted 28 October 2014 07 03 PM Welcome Im up in Aberdeen MD My Wife works at the Inner Harbor Very close to the aquarium Edited by njJohn 28 October 2014 07 05 PM Back to top Quote MultiQuote 5 Guest powerguy85 Guest powerguy85 Guests Posted 01 November 2014 06 37 PM I m a first time native keeper too from northern VA Actually I don t have the fish yet but soon I m going with pumpkinseeds Enjoy hope we can interact more Back to top Quote MultiQuote 6 Guest powerguy85 Guest powerguy85 Guests Posted 01 November 2014 06 37 PM NotCousteau I know you from plantedtank I go by knm over there I m here on your recommendation Thanks for that by the way I m definitely going

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  • IHateAlgae here. - Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA - NANFA Forum
    don t have kt my lfs have like 5 different species of wood available Back to top Quote MultiQuote 5 Guest Skipjack Guest Skipjack Guests Posted 24 September 2014 07 07 AM Collect the fish collect the wood too Driftwood is not difficult to find It is pretty easy to weigh down with a bit of creativity Back to top Quote MultiQuote 6 Guest jblaylock Guest jblaylock Guests Posted 24 September 2014 11 10 AM Collect the fish collect the wood too Driftwood is not difficult to find It is pretty easy to weigh down with a bit of creativity Yup Find your wood and if you can t waterlog it you can easily attach it to something to weigh it down In my tank I attached 2 pieces of wood to plexiglass I drilled holes in the plexiglass and attached the wood with a stainless steel screw and or zip tie Then you can bury the plexiglass part under the aquarium gravel and that will hold it down Back to top Quote MultiQuote 7 Guest IHateAlgae Guest IHateAlgae Guests Posted 24 September 2014 11 24 AM I may look around if the wood turns out to be expensive But yeah wood is unlikely to turn up here because the weather is always so calm and the trees here have so much bark Back to top Quote MultiQuote 8 al10 al10 NANFA Guest North Carolina Posted 24 September 2014 11 47 AM If you go to a crek or a lake rive pond and ho swimming and such you ll see some peices Back to top Quote MultiQuote 9 Guest IHateAlgae Guest IHateAlgae Guests Posted 24 September 2014 04 34 PM Lel I aint swimming in stagnant water lol EDIT I got the wood and it is alright 74 but

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  • Hello from the Flint River basin (GA) - Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA - NANFA Forum
    2 Guest centrarchid Guest centrarchid Guests Posted 21 June 2014 07 49 PM Will you be out around your local bluegill populations I have an ongoing interest in them and would like to understand more about what makes them special Back to top Quote MultiQuote 3 mattknepley mattknepley NANFA Member Smack dab between the Savannah and the Saluda Posted 22 June 2014 06 32 AM Welcome I m sure Michael W has already contacted you but if not he is our regional rep in Georgia and a great resource I also assume you ve made Ben C s acquaintance along with some of our other microfishers Great to have you aboard Matt Knepley No thanks a third of a gopher would merely arouse my appetite Back to top Quote MultiQuote 4 Guest Stickbow Guest Stickbow Guests Posted 24 June 2014 10 24 PM Yep He has and I ve jumped in the forum a little Back to top Quote MultiQuote 5 Guest Nearctic Guest Nearctic Guests Posted 25 June 2014 09 46 AM Anyhow I m a kayaker sometime photographer casual birder and always interested in the natural world How about your skills at snorkeling and gator and snake protection The Flint is on my ToDo for March April 2015 to do a snorkel seine survey for Pteronotropis welaka Bluenose Shiner Mississippi is on my list too Back to top Quote MultiQuote 6 Michael Wolfe Michael Wolfe Board of Directors North Georgia Oconee River Drainage Posted 25 June 2014 11 56 AM How about your skills at snorkeling and gator and snake protection We saw a gator in the flint and snorkeled the flint in the same day We just stayed in the riffle and flow Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing Benjamin Franklin Back to top Quote MultiQuote 7 Guest Irate Mormon Guest Irate Mormon Guests Posted 27 June 2014 09 49 AM Nearctic let me know when you want to do Mississippi I ll try to arrange something Stick I lived in Thomasville for about 5 years Back to top Quote MultiQuote 8 Guest Stickbow Guest Stickbow Guests Posted 27 June 2014 01 34 PM I was a certified diver and actually like gators and snakes Usually my presence keeps snakes away because they know I want them to experience alien abduction The Georgia records for gators were in the Flint in Lake Blackshear then in the headwaters until this past season but other than losing a catfish or bass to some medium small ones I haven t had anything other than reasonable healthy interaction i don t think they get fed intentionally around here they seem to have a healthy fear of people I have not snorkeled to any great amount in our part of the Flint in the area we are visibility is pretty low If you go north an hour or so to Sprewell Bluff it s better and if you go south of Albany GA it s clearer probably because

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  • Hello from Orlando,FL - Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA - NANFA Forum
    08 30 PM Joined a while back but just started getting back into the hobby I like dipnetting in my local lakes for bluefin killies and mollies Hope to get lots of great stuff this year Back to top Quote MultiQuote 2 mattknepley mattknepley NANFA Member Smack dab between the Savannah and the Saluda Posted 29 April 2014 04 32 PM Welcome I spent most of 1990 2008 in Orlando Wish now I d been more into fish then as there were plenty of great spots close by for observing them I ve never seen a higher concentration of gar in my life than at the outflow of Orlando Wetlands Park They were stacked on top of each other like you see salmon during spawning runs just awaitin for some poor creature to get flushed through the outlet You could tell when something did cuz there d be this ferocious boil and then complete calm again Matt Knepley No thanks a third of a gopher would merely arouse my appetite Back to top Quote MultiQuote Back to Welcome to the Official Forum of NANFA Reply to this topic HTML mode is enabled 1 user s are reading this topic 0

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