RE: NANFA-L-- Alabama Cyprinella

Bruce Stallsmith (
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 21:43:54 -0500

Yeah, the tribs to the Duck and Elk have all sorts of interesting species in
them. The stretch of the Elk downstream from the damn-in-Tims Ford is
probably one of the last strongholds of the ashy darter. But you'd need
SCUBA to go looking for the ashy since they hang in deeper waters. Oh well,
I know that in the tribs you could flame chubs,-in-the very least!

--Bruce Stallsmith
Huntsville, AL, US of A

>From: "Crail, Todd" <tcrail-in-UTNet.UToledo.Edu>
>To: <>
>Subject: RE: NANFA-L-- Alabama Cyprinella
>Date: Tue, 1 Mar 2005 21:26:36 -0500
>If not, I'm sure we'll run into them in the Cahaba huh?
>Jeff and I just got back from Cabelas. Picked up the DeLorme for TN and
>AL. I guess now I'm just looking for reasons to not go so far south, and
>instead, go hit the upper portions of the Duck and Elk for added
>biodiversity ;)
>Tims Ford State Park would be a good "central to Duck and Elk, but we might
>wander to the Cumberland before we go down US 24 to see Casper" kind of
>place, no?
>Man. You'd think 7 days would be just right to do everything. So many
>rivers. So few days!
>And then we still have the Clinch and Holston to do with Ranger Bob on the
>way back! lol
>Polishing up the $50 photo tank and chargin' the batteries,
>The Spring Break Madness, Toledo, OH
>It's never too late to have a happy childhood.
> <>

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