Re: NANFA-L-- whats a good fish book for the central North Carolina

Derek Parr (
Wed, 30 Mar 2005 14:00:33 -0500

yes, thanks.
I joined RAS a few months ago and have talked about the subject with Gerald a little in
the past, but had not thought about these 2 questions until just recently now that I'm
actually ready to actually go out and do something. I also asked this question in our
club's email list, but ya'll responded much quicker. ;]

Our club has also been talking about a collecting trip later this spring, but there are
a few "waterfowl" areas that I pass by on the the way to work that look quite enticing.
And I'm more of a do stuff when I get around to it kind of guy rather than a
scheduler. At least when I'm first trying something. Perhaps I'll join in on my clubs
planned trip, but it may conflict with my other hobby (competitive swimming).

-derek parr
chapel hill, nc

Dustin Smith wrote:
> If you want to stay around your area, I'm sure Gerald Pottern might be
> able to take you round-in-some point. He lives in the same area as you
> and is active in the Raleigh Aquarium Society.
> Dustin Smith
> Newberry, SC
> Broad River and Saluda River Drainages
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