[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

NFC: Re: Native Fish Conservancy Digest V2 #880

Good point about checking for lawn chemicals, Victor - I mean Purple
Shark. Nice to have new members with so much enthusiasm. I am just
getting to know everyone here as a relative newcomer like yourself -
what a great bunch, and thanks again to everyone for showing me a great
new way to get involved with my favorite place, nature.

Date: Thu, 7 Mar 2002 22:17:26 EST
From: PrplShark at aol_com
Subject: Re: NFC: Worm Collecting Report

When my local fishing supply store closed, I was forced to look else
Luck was with me that day when I went looking, for if I returned empty 
handed, my Lepomis's would not have let me in (LOL). I was walking
around the 
neighborhood earlier that day, and as the norm here in Florida, it was
on the 
warm and sunny side. Looking down at the sidewalk hoping to find some
and not to step on the cracks, I spotted a bunch of DRIED worms all over
sidewalk and driveway. Picking up a handful, I immediately returned to
razor-blade in hand, I commenced to slicing one of these SUNDRIED WORMS. 
Cautiously approaching the Lepomis's tank, I offered the hopefully tasty 
morsel to the surface of the water. The water starting churning madly (I
have 2, what do you expect!) They loved them, and to find out so do the
formosa's. I double checked to make sure that no chemicals were
applied to the lawn. Now I have a new food for my fish, and storage is
Prplshark at aol_com