Re: NANFA-- Xtreme Fish Seining!

Bruce Stallsmith (
Thu, 26 Sep 2002 10:20:15 -0400

>Cottus carolinae zopherus!?!?! Never heard of those. And also some kind
> >of hogsuckers are really thriving. Maybe Alabama hogsucker?
> Let me know when details of the B'ham trip come into the
>clear, and if Coldwater becomes a stop on the trip, be sure and bring some
>water quality testing thingies.. I've been wondering about this water's
> >purity for quite awhile with Anniston Army Depot so close by and all..
> The youngun
> Jon
Any hogsucker you see in this stream system would pretty much have to be the
Alabama, within the current scheme of things. The fish should have orangeish
fins and snout tip, and if you got really close and petted them (!) the
surface of the head between the eyes should be flat or only slightly

I hope to be able to join the Stott shindig next weekend, my life is still
in flux from moving, etc......

--Bruce Stallsmith
Huntsville, AL, US of A
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