Re: NANFA-L-- I'm blogging fish; really.

Derek Parr (
Wed, 26 Apr 2006 23:07:48 -0400

There's a quite a bit of information available for places on the east
coast where there are lots of fish and not as much regulation. It seems
the latter is relative to the former.

-derek parr
chapel hill, nc

Sinclair wrote:
> Okay. Understood.
> Thanks for the come-back.
> Bob
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> Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- I'm blogging fish; really.
>> Sinclair wrote:
>>> Todd and All:
>>> Those of us who lives in parts of the coutry with a paucity
>>> of species suitable for home aquaria would appreciate the
>>> inclusion of specific map coordinates (DeLorme maps,
>>> preferably) in collection reports - for future reference on
>>> occasional trips. At least I know I sure would.
>>> Bob Sinclair
>>> Santa Barbara CA
>> I'd like it too, and it would really be great if we had a big database
>> for that info.
>> We've seen too many times that the bad guys seem to have little
>> trouble accessing the info found on this list. A few sites have been
>> seriously trashed by these unscrupulous types already, and if they got
>> ahold of something so handy as exact coordinates, well, the results
>> wouldn't be pretty. It's better to keep such info quiet, shared only
>> individually instead of broadcasted.
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