Re: NANFA-L-- dereks darters

Jim Graham (
Thu, 23 Jun 2005 10:34:43 -0400

Hey Casper,
Define cool.
Jim Graham
Hastings MI
Thornapple River Drainage
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Subject: NANFA-L-- dereks darters

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> derek...
> you have greenfin and redline darters in your photos. both species need
> high
> quality, cool and well oxygenated water. dont let them get warm.
> frozen bloodworms are the best. you can chop earthworms for a tasty,
> squiggely, motivational treat. if your good-in-raising live food then try
> grindel
> worms and such.
> note how the redlines can color morph their bodies... from dark to light
> and
> how the bands will vary from "mood".
> take care of them... very cool and personable fish.
> both like to hide under stones and peek out.
> yea... the little pigeon river is stunning. great place to snorkel.
> casper
> a bit further south.

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