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Re: KillieTalk Digest V2 #173
Your (and Carl's) best bet is to join the AKA (American Killifish
Association - www.aka.org). Perusing their monthly Fish & Egg Exchange
you will find most of the common (& not so common) killies. Their
membership directory will tell you of other mambers in your neck of the
My 2-year old directory lists 3 AKA members in Kansas: 1 in Wichita, 2
in Lawrence. Start with what you can get in Wichita, gain experience and
then buy by mail. There is a member in Pawhuska, OK, and also 3 members
in Tulsa, OK, if you are willing to drive that far.
As to starting your own AKA branch - by all mens! Even 2-3 members can
substantially save on postage.
Hope to see you soon among us "killie nuts",
Terry Mercer wrote:
> Like Carl (from #172), I am from Wichita, KS, and interested in > keeping some killies...
> ...And, like Carl, I really need a source for my beginning > fish. I really am tired of "vapor-fish" like I find on some > other lists...build up an interest in a particular fish only to > discover that it is impossible to find or that those keeping > the fish have none to spare or don't want to sell any!...
> I've written to Carl privately suggesting an alliance. Maybe we > can become the Wichita Novice Killiekeepers Association?