Re: NANFA-- winter collecting in WI

R. W. Wolff (
Mon, 30 Dec 2002 23:33:12 -0600

I have not measured the temps of the marsh. I would gather to say that the
ice is obviously below freezing. I would guess the water is in the mid 30's
range, but maybe higher in the more open areas since skim ice does not form
at night. This is ever changing and when the cold front hits tonight and
through the rest of the week I am sure any water not frozen or deep ( deep
in the marsh is over five feet) would be in the mid thirties.

The video is just short of two hours if I remember right. I have lots of
shots of fish, action of collecting and goofing around, and also a over view
of a plan for a trip. It is not bad if I may say so myself for a first
attempt. It's price is 15.00 includes shipping. If you are interested it
might be a bit before I can make a copy, my printer is messed up and I use
that to make the sleeve.

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