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- Subject: NFC: [Fwd: BOUNCE nfc at actwin_com: Non-member submission from [Tony <opsarius at hotmail_com>]]
- From: "Joshua L. Wiegert" <JLW at pi_dune.net>
- Date: Tue, 23 May 2000 12:01:41 -0400
> Subject: umbrella net and small request to Paul
> About umbrella net: Last year when I went collecting in
> Missouri with Luke it was the only gear that yielded a good
> number of bleeding shiners and topminnows. Especially the
> stream that we collected the bleeding shiner has pretty fast
> current that hindered the use of seine and somehow due to
> the lack of time the shiner did not enter the trap. I
> located where the shiners hung out, lied down the net, and
> waited for the shiners to [eventually] swam over the net.
> It is easy as long as you can see the school of them. You
> may attach a mesh bag in the middle of the net and put the
> bait in to lure the fish. With partner one can chase the
> fish to the waiting net. Attaching the net to the pole will
> allow easy pull up.
> To Paul: may you post a pic of breeding male Cyprinella
> leedsi on the media page? I had read about the bannerfin
> shiner in many books and papers but the description of
> breeding color seemed conflicting.
Joshua L. Wiegert
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