Re: NANFA-- paint rock?

Bruce Stallsmith (
Mon, 26 Nov 2001 20:05:25 -0500

No glowing blue white headed mountain shiners this time, merely a hint of
that. We can advertise a BBQ Chez Casper sometime late winter, sounds good
to me! And I'm up for the Harpeth, I've crossed it repeatedly on I-65 but
never have been down & in.

--Bruce Stallsmith
Huntsville, AL, US of A

>i caught a few mountain shiners in the little sequatchie last year. did
>have the glowing blue white head? i presume it is just a spring time male
>breeding display.
>im looking forward to yalls pics. sounds like wet fun.
>be thinking of activities for our late winter party. slide show? maybe i
>could get ed scott to do a talk. or maybe dave nelly could give us a
>maybe a mini fish id workshop. catfish or rainbow trout on the barbi. it
>would be nice to do it ALL day on a saturday.
>a fellow almost new nanfa member came down from nashville sunday. larry. we
>collected a few of bg's least killie's offspring for his first native tank.
>gave him some plants and critters too. we were gonna take a creek run but
>was raging too.
>the nanfa tn valley alliance should consider the harpeth below nashville
>a regional foray next year. pretty cool area.

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