Re: NANFA-- National Water (and Fish) Monitoring Day:Headcount

Rose Lawn Museum (
Sat, 21 Sep 2002 10:55:33 -0400

Nice goin', Martin...Ray wasn't supposed to know! (-;

Steven A. Ellis
Kennesaw, GA

At 02:33 AM 9/21/02 -0500, you wrote:
>> disappointed if the majority of the other regional reps do not get in on
>> this, even if they have to go it alone. It's time to earn your pay, guys
>We are getting paid? I ain't got a check yet. Who's been ripping me off? Ha
>ha, seriously, I can tell you all the fish to be found in a 15 mile radius
>of me and in an arc 60 miles from due west roughly to 60 miles south of
>here. I have not taken water parameteres, but could do that too, if my test
>kits are reliable =). Various places elsewhere around the state I have a
>good handle on what is swimming, crawling , and slithering there, as well.
>I could write a book, and that is one of my plans, but how to finance
>"Fishes of Wisconsin's Great Swamp" ? More interesting yet is the
>"Ectotherms of Wisconsin's Great Swamp". But, my Idea was to follow the
>outline of "Fishes of the Okeefenokee Swamp", an excellent book I recommend
>to anyone with interest in low land fish. Anyone with questions on the fish
>of the Great Swamp ( what you here me call the marsh) ask away. My oldest
>daughter and I will find out what's biting tomorrow.
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