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  • Steven Ellis' NANFA 2001 photos
    Photographer Steven Ellis Click on the small image to display a larger one My film from the convention was almost a total wash I did salvage a couple of prints of Pat Quackenbush as he spoke to us just prior

    Original URL path: http://nanfa.org/convention/2001se.shtml (2016-02-01)
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  • Chris Scharpf's NANFA 2001 photos
    Ohio Photos by Christopher Scharpf Thanks to Jamie Ladonski for the scans and Mark Binkley for some of the IDs Electrofishing in Salt Creek Spotfin shiner Cyprinella spiloptera Salt Creek OH Rock bass Ambloplites rupestris Salt Creek OH Eastern sand darter Ammocrypta pellucida a state endangered fish in Ohio Salt Creek OH Paul Koop photographs the eastern sand darter held by Linda Ireton as Mike Wolfe looks on Redside dace

    Original URL path: http://nanfa.org/convention/2001cs.shtml (2016-02-01)
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  • Delivered
    River at US 27 FL 20 NW of High Springs Site 6 Boat ramp on east side of Newnans Lake just off FL 234 N of Rochelle Site 7 Cypress Creek just off of FL 54 N of Tampa Site 8 Turtle Lakes off of FL 54 N of Tampa Site 9 Wilderness Park Hillsborough River at FL 579 NE of Tampa Site 10 Little Bullfrog Creek at US 301 Fl 43 S of Tampa Site 11 Bullfrog Creek at US 301 FL 43 S of Tampa Site 12 Hillsborough River at FL 582 E of Tampa Site 13 Old Tampa Bay at FL 60 E side of bridge W of Tampa Site 14 Tampa Bay at I 275 at the south fishing pier on the bay side N of Bradenton Site 15 Lake Eustis at US 441 FL 500 boat ramp at south end of lake E of Leesburg Site 16 Oklawaha River at FL 40 at boat ramp E of Ocala Site 17 Nine Mile Creek at Forestry Road 538 SW of Healing Waters Site 18 Billies Bay Branch at Forestry Road 538 SW of Healing Waters Site 19 Alexander Springs at FL 445 Site 20 Beakman Lake

    Original URL path: http://nanfa.org/NANFAregions/fl_cent/fl2003/account-work.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • THE MONSTER FLORIDA FLING
    after many weeks of emailing other fishheads in the region studying maps and working out the logistics the pair struck out for FL on 1 30 03 accompanied by Dan Hagley Columbia SC By the end of the adventure 21 people from five contiguous states had joined together to kick off the 2003 collecting season very successfully What began as a neat idea turned out to be an incredible collecting

    Original URL path: http://nanfa.org/NANFAregions/fl_cent/fl2003/display.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • Casper Cox's account of the NANFA Okefenokee trip
    quick pulls In the growing twilight we could see flashing colors new colors We quickly gathered up a few for the bags bottles and coolers but the lack of good light made it very difficult to tell what we had exactly Some we knew brook silversides sunfish taillight shiners all with lots of color but some unknowns too minnows shiners new sunfish Geoff got into a seining frenzy and we had to talk him and Dustin back to the bank through the darkness Dripping wet we all planned a for sure return the next morning I was very excited The site was close to Waycross easy to seine full of fish and visually inviting Back at the motel we made our rounds got our fish together had a meal that couldn t be beat before resting up for our 8 am Satilla River return Refreshed the next morning about a dozen of us worked our way back through town heading NW on the road to the site Multi vehicle caravans are tough with top lights laggers and missed turns but a great trick Joey and Geoff brought were walkie talkie radios One leading the way and another herding the backside that was the ticket Don t let a caravan leave home without two Shortly we were back in the river pulling seines again With 2 groups working their seines together we were able to really herd the fishes in I don t think any of us had ever seen brook silversides like these Like pieces of candy intense yellowish green with a chrome yellow stripe running down the length and a big red Rudolph nose at the front What a fish I never imagined they could look like this but sure enough in Peterson s Field Guide they described these very same breeding markings Taillight shiners in color were pulled out a very beautiful fish and an unknown shiner Martin suggesting ironcolor Dustin thinking coastal Beats me We also caught pirate perch warmouth bluespotted sunfish maybe bluegill maybe red ear chain and redfin pickerel I can t remember if we saw any lined topminnows here I don t remember what else we collected oh yes mosquito fish One of the oddities on this entire trip was that none of us collected any least killies I run into them all over the Florida panhandle Several of us were wanting a few I ve got some at home in several tanks Cool little guys and very prolific The diversity was not quite what we had expected from the exciting night before but it was an interesting site and an excellent compliment to the first site on Saturday where we had collected so many calm water swamp fish bluespotted and pygmy sunfish fliers pygmy killies lined topminnows and swamp darters We broke into groups and started wandering up and down the river Geoff and I waded upstream to a swampy backwater tributary barely flowing into the river I reckon now that this was

    Original URL path: http://nanfa.org/NANFAregions/ga/oke0402/cox.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • Raccoon Creek field trip- Sharon Allsup-  NANFA
    site which they did around 3 45pm Upon arrival Casper immediately went face down into the creek and started muttering off the species he was seeing I can t decipher mutter in good times much less when heard through a snorkle but Steve Bruce seemed to have no trouble We left Casper happily viewing the darters and went upstream one of the forks to try to avoid silting the snorkling area The fish were on to our tricks and in general headed away at the first sign of disturbance We saw several areas of creek that had been used for ATV 4 wheeling crossing and while there saw one 4x4 get mired and throw gallons of mud water all up the bank while getting out no wonder the fish are so skittish Most netting attempts pulls produced shiner fry and damnbus with the occasional darter killi and redbreasted sunfish I ll let Steve Bruce and Casper produce the fish list The bird count was pretty dismal but I didn t do much serious birding There was no wind so the migrating raptors were waaaaay up in the sky mere specs Skyspecs sighted were 1 Merlin 3 Redtail hawks and 1

    Original URL path: http://nanfa.org/NANFAregions/ga/Salacoa/allsup.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • Sillicoa and Raccoon Creeks field trip- Bruce Stallsmith-  NANFA
    Cottus species I ve given up for the moment creek chub Semotilus atromaculatus some types 2 of redhorse steve says black and spotted drum steve saw a distant school snorkeling redbreast longear sunfish Lepomis auritus and L megalotis redeye and spotted bass Micropterus coosae M punctatus southern studfish Fundulus stellifer coosa rainbow striped tricolor black tail alabama shiners Notropis xaencocephalus N chrosomus Luxilus chrysocephalus Cyprinella trichroistia C venusta C callistia

    Original URL path: http://nanfa.org/NANFAregions/ga/Salacoa/stallsmith.htm (2016-02-01)
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  • NANFA (IL-IN) Outreach Activities in June 2005
    2005 Springbook and Brookfield previous june2005 next Sajjad Lateef showing fish from Salt Creek to children brookfield kids jpg 1 14 NANFA Home Page Created with Web Picture Creator 1

    Original URL path: http://nanfa.org/NANFAregions/il_in/june2005/photos/brookfield_kids.html (2016-02-01)
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