Re: nanf To: Andrew O'Farrell

I have accidently ran across some Mudminnows while conducting Wetland and Marsh surveys. I have to agree with Mr. Wiegert in that the fish is very common in pools of water which is stagnent and is isolated from other bodies of water. They are fairly common throughout Indiana if you ever have the chance to come through the state. My favorite Indiana fish are the Rainbow Darters, Tippecanoe Darters, Northern Hognose Sucker, and the Grass Pickerel.
Take care,
Robert Staley