NANFA-- Updated Dec Trading Post 2001
Fri, 7 Dec 2001 16:47:48 EST

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LEGAL INFORMATION: NANFA assumes that all sales or trades of
native fish are done in full compliance with applicable state and
federal laws, rules and regulations and only after obtaining any
necessary permits for collecting, maintaining, importing or exporting
of native fish.

Andy Borgia, PO Box 4346 Key West,Florida 33041 I-305-294-8739
Wants- Uncommon darters,shiners,suckers,any lampreys, marine fish
Haves-Can get native marine and freshwater fish from the Florida Keys and
South Florida. Call or e-mail for trade.


Ray Wolff 6510 Helke Rd., Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494
Winter Collecting Video 2001
This video covers collecting methods, different species of fish commonly
caught during the Winter period, and also some fun that can be had while
collecting during the Winter.
Join Matt and Ray as they guide you through collecting in the most trying
time of the year,Winter.
They show you how to catch fish, what places to check, and how to sample them.
Packed with pictures of fish and scenery, this video is sure to get you out
in the Winter, so dress warm and head out to the water.
$15 including postage.

They sold out at the 2001 NANFA Convention in Ohio, so we made more. Here's
your last chance to get the t-shirt that shows your love of native fishes.
The front of the shirt features the Scioto madtom, Noturus trautmani, over
the left breast. The back of the shirt features a montage of endangered and
extinct Ohio fishes. The caption reads: "Clockwise from top center, date of
last documented capture in parentheses: pugnose shiner (1931), alligator gar
(1946), Mississippi silvery minnow (1900), blue pike (1960s), Scioto madtom
(1957), spoonhead sculpin (1950), gilt darter (1893), crystal darter (1899),
harelip sucker (1893), longhead darter (1939), bigeye shiner (1893),
blackchin shiner (1940)."

You can view the t-shirt artwork here:

Only six shirts remain:

olive L and XL
blue L and XL
gray L and XL

Shirts are $22 each postpaid. They're available on a first-come, first-serve
basis. Specify size and first and second color choices. Send check or money
order to NANFA, 1107 Argonne Drive, Baltimore, MD 21218.

NANFA thanks Dave Neely for creating the artwork, and Jay DeLong for getting
the shirts made.
Mike Hook (801) 423-3092 or <A HREF="">mike at

Handbook of darters by Page, L. M. 1983, TFH Publications.
Australian Freshwater Fishes - Biology and Management by Merrick, J. and G.
E. Schmida 1984.
The Paddlefish: Status, Management and Propagation by Dillard, Grahm and
Russell 1986.
PLEASE NOTE : All ads in the NANFA Trading Post will be run for three
months via the NANFA E-MAIL LIST and once, quarterly, in the AMERICAN
CURRENTS MAGAZINE.. If you would like to make any changes to an existing ad
or would like to place a new ad, please contact the T/P Editor, ANDY BORGIA,
PO Box 4346 Key West,Florida 33041 I-305-294-8739 e-mail"
. The deadline for
submissions to T/P will be the 25th of the month, prior to the posting of
the ad. Ads in the T/P are provided free to all NANFA members. Commercial
ads are available.

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