Re: NANFA-- South Carolina fish books

Rose Lawn Museum (
Wed, 11 Jun 2003 13:32:16 -0400

Hey David

Sorry, there's no GA book yet, but I've been screaming for one! There is a
checklist of GA fishes on the NANFA GA page. Go to:

Steven A. Ellis
Kennesaw, GA

At 01:07 PM 6/11/03 -0400, you wrote:
>Being newly addicted to this native fish stuff, and with South Carolina next
>year and so close to home here in Georgia, comes this question.
>What is the book/books I need to start trying to get so I can start studying
>the fish most likely to find at the next convention. Boy I got it bad. The
>last convention is only a couple of days over and I am already wanting to
>see what I can dream of catching at the next one.
>While I am at it, what are the book/books for Georgia on fish identifying?
>David Ramsey
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