Re: NANFA-L-- fish transportation

Todd D. Crail (tcrail-in-UTNet.UToledo.Edu)
Wed, 16 Aug 2006 10:39:56 -0400

What time will we return from Mingo? Will we have time to drive 3 hours and
get to another campground that night? Or should we look for camping in the
immediate area? I'm trying to get my return trip lined up and don't want to
pay for a room on the 18th if I can reasonably avoid it.

We're planning on going to Robertsville up by St. Louis, if anyone has any
idea how far that is if we left directly from Mingo or the Cape. Looks like
it's between 2 and 3 hours drive.


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> Trip three offers a chance to legally collect fishes from a National
Wildlife Refuge (Mingo swampy lowland). Again, canoes will provide access to
a difficult-to-reach locale.
> So bring your buckets, bags and coolers. The only "hitch" is that you
submit a list of the fishes you wish to take with you.
> This promises to be the most memorable NANFA Convention ever.
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