RE: NANFA-- Guppies as sculpin food
Sat, 21 Feb 2004 17:40:42 GMT

Being from Georgia, are you familiar with any good books on Georgia native fishes? Or anyone else for that matter?

Alo regarding Sculpins, having a bit of sand may be a good idea. I remember yrs ago while fish watching in a tiny woodland brook I noticed in a small pool a pair of eyes protruding from a flat sandy patch. Intrigued I sat my lawn chair in the pool and sat and watched. Eventually a small minnow got too close and poof, in a swirl of silt appeared a mouth with a tail and the minnow was no more. The sculpin wiggled side to side and again all that showed were his eyes. This was a very cool brook which contained small Brook Trout which was what I'd come to watch but the sculpin stole the show.
Mike lucas
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