that kinda shallow water is where i go molested by about
> a hundred leechs!
> im always interested in a new looksee. those dates are fine by me. i dont
> want to go too far tho. which side of atlanta is this... where would we
I actually accurately I.D. a species of shiner from the Alabama book as the
"Tricolor Shiner" (Cyprinella trichroistia).It took me a good hour but i
No leech and i just wore a T-shirt.I will have to invest in a wet suit
About 1 hour and a half from north Atlanta around Carter's lake if you know
where that is.
One stream is north of Carter's lake and one is south of it.The clearest
stream is closer to you.
If you'd rather stay north of Carter's lake, i could arrive early and scout
We will decide of a meeting point.That's the easy part.
Bruce tentatively said he would come.
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