Re: NANFA-- Regional Spring Fling, Hoosier Style...

Todd Crail (
Fri, 26 Dec 2003 14:11:33 -0500

That would be fantastic Matt! I guess we have a guide :) Also mention to
him, if they want to work with the Parks to have a presentation made for
park guests featuring the fish that are in the stream right there, I'd love
to work to organize something like that. Get some public ed in while we're
there. Feel free to pass along my contact info to anyone too.

It seems that my assumptions were correct and that it's only improved since
Dr. Page did his surveys in the late 80's. I _really_ hope they de-list
gilt darters before we go. It was already known that they're gonna be a
serious "Ring of Sauron" fer me, and I'd have to rely on the group to keep
me accountable ;)

----- Original Message -----
From: "matt ashton" <>
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Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 1:50 PM
Subject: Re: NANFA-- Regional Spring Fling, Hoosier Style...

> That is REALLY close to where one of our mussel surveys took place
too...there is alot of unfortunately "lake" areas along that stretch but 30
minutes south of winimac it is great. get around huron and shoals is where
those rapids exist...believe its even on a usgs map. Ill have to see if I
could get a hold of the IDNR guy that as our contact, he is one of their
fishery biologists and I think had been at some Nanfa stuff becuase he saw
my 2002 convention shirt one day and started talking about it.
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