Re: NANFA-- Tennessee fish

Bruce Stallsmith (
Sun, 06 Apr 2003 18:35:58 -0400

Hey Rick, I'd love to be able to show your video at the NANFA convention
this June. I hope you can come too, but we can at least make Casper bring
the video... (that's June 6-8 in Huntsville, AL, for everyone).

And of course you should order your convention t-shirt. Only 100 were
printed, and I think we're up to 51 sold.

--Bruce Stallsmith
Huntsville, AL, US of A

>I moved on to one of my favorite streams, Timbertree Creek in Arcadia just
>north of Kingsport. This is a wooded, low gradient stream coming out of
>hills. Among the tree roots along undercut banks is found one of the few
>remaining Tennessee Dace populations in TN/VA (it's right on the state
>Last year about the middle of April I witnessed masses of these highly
>colored, scarlet-sided beauties spawning over stoneroller nests. I have
>video I promised to send Casper as soon as I dub it over to VHS. Maybe he
>will share this with others at the meeting this summer. Stonerollers were
>busy carrying rocks to build nests today. I caught two beautiful male
>Tennessee Snubnosed Darters, splashed with gold, red, orange and
>Saw two Tennessee Dace, but they were not yet colored up. Saw a couple of
>Saffron Shiners which were starting to show some color.
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