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BOUNCE nanf at actwin_com: Non-member submission from [klaus.schoening at jungle_org (Segeberger)] (fwd)

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Date: Wed, 18 Mar 1998 20:28:22 -0500 (EST)
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Subject: BOUNCE nanf at actwin_com:    Non-member submission from [klaus.schoening at jungle_org (Segeberger)]   

>From jwiegert at nexus_v-wave.com  Wed Mar 18 20:28:11 1998
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From: klaus.schoening at jungle_org (Segeberger)
Subject: mcclurg luke e     <mcclurgl at acc_wuacc.edu>: Re: cardinal shiners 
Date: Wed, 18 Mar 1998 20:34:52 GMT
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Organization: The Jungle's Vine BBS
To: nanf at actwin_com

Heh, i would love to collect with you.  I believe I saw cardinal shiners
in the Little buffalo River in Northern Arkansas when i collected there
a few years ago with Friedrich Bitter and Chris Diaz. I could see them
but i couldn't catch them, I hate to admit that. The stream just wasnt
conducive to collecting fast minnows with a dipnet.  Kinda like trying
to  catch Fundulus stellifer by yourself in the Conasauga, its a very
difficult task, because the fish see you before you see them.  
Let me know as things firm up!