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Re: Fish ID (was: fish ID ideas?)

>Oh well guess we can't all be            
> smart all the time huh? :-)
Even *I* make mistakes. :)  Occasionally..... 

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On Thu, 18 Jun 1998, Kudzu wrote:

> Well Duhhh! Why didn't I think of that?? The Tennessee was a flowing River
> before it was  dammed and the Lakes formed. Oh well guess we can't all be
> smart all the time huh? :-)
> Jeff <*\\><
> "Forgiveness is the fragrance the violet sheds
> on the heel that has crushed it" Mark Twain
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: peter.unmack at ASU_Edu <peter.unmack at ASU_Edu>
> To: nfc at actwin_com <nfc at actwin_com>
> Date: Thursday, June 18, 1998 9:42 PM
> Subject: Re: Fish ID (was: fish ID ideas?)
> >On Thu, 18 Jun 1998, Kudzu wrote:
> >
> >> The one thing that I find odd it that this little spring run from its
> head
> >> to the Lake (Tennessee River) is no more than 1/4 mile. Guntersville Lake
> is
> >> not a likely looking place for Sculpins to live. I have lived on this
> lake
> >> all my life and scuba dive in it and have yet to ever hear of a Sculpin
> >> there. Really makes me wonder where it came from?
> >
> >Most likely it was there from when before the lake when the spring flowed
> into
> >another stream.  Or perhaps it is able to migrate via the lake from other
> >tributaries feeding it.
> >
> >Tootles
> >Peter Unmack
> >

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