> It doesn't look like this made it the first time I sent it. Here it is
> I'll be leading a collecting trip to Unicorn Lake Fishing Park in Northern
> Queene Anne's County, this Saturday, October 11.
> We'll meet at Angler's Sport Center, the big bait shop next to the
> on Route 50 east in Annapolis, shortly before the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
> Those who do not have a Maryland Fishing lisence will be able to purchase
> one at Anglers.
> Please RSVP--if you do not confirm in advance that you will be attending,
> will not wait for you to arrive.
> If you prefer to travel directly to Unicorn, stay on Route 50, then exit
> the fork in the Road where Route 50 becomes 301. Follow 301 North for
> minutes or so, until you come to the intersection with route 544. Turn
> right on 544, proceed for a half a block or so, until 504 dead ends into
> route 313 (Millington Road). Turn left on Millington, and proceed about
> mile until you see the entrance to Unicorn Park.
> In addition to acid water ghost shrimp, denizens of unicorn pond and
> vicinity also include a small, apistogramma size sunfish, the bluespotted
> sunfish [http://jonahsaquarium.com/egloriosus1.jpg], pirate perch,
> rch01_jpg.jpg], and mudminnows [http://jonahsaquarium.com/umbrapyg1.jpg].
> I recommended you bring waders, a seine, a lunch, and drinking water. The
> last time I checked, dipnets were illegal in Maryland freshwater streams
> Sorry, folks, but in these litiginous times, I need to post a disclaimer:
> You are responsible for your own safety and the safety of any guests or
> children that accompany you. Wading in freshwater streams and ponds may
> occasionally pose a hazard. Neither the North American Native Fishes
> Association nor myself will assume any responsibility for accidental
> or death or loss of property incurred during this outing.
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