Re: NANFA-- Soque River snorkeling/daily humour
Tue, 17 Jul 2001 01:31:29 +0700

I think Soque river flows into Chattahoochee river.


Al G Eaton wrote:
> You didn't mention whether this stream has a
> tennessee drainage or gulf drainage. It makes a big
> difference in the species you can encounter. It would
> be very big news indeed to find cardinal shiners east
> of the mississippi, as they are found in the area
> where OK, AR, MO and Kansas come together. Its a
> pretty good sized minnow and most of the year it looks
> pretty silvery. Take a pic of the shiners and minnows
> and I am sure you can get them id'd for you pretty
> quickly.

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