Re: NANFA-- Feeding brook stickleback? was brook stickleback?

Joseph W. Gardner (
Thu, 28 Sep 2000 20:12:00 -0400

Don't be too quick to rule out worms. While using a net in the local stream, a
sand and clay bottom (though more sand), I found worms in the net once I rinsed
the sand through the net. 4 sweeps of the net netted about 14 worms. These worms
were very pink but very similar to earthworms in appearance.

> << I'd like to include adult brine shrimp
> but they just aren't available here in the wilds of Montana. Worms don't
> seem to be a part of their natural diet. >>

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