Type: Posts; User: RedHeron
I haven't heard of any Shoalies in that watershed...they're not supposed to be in there. From what I can tell, Bartrams can look shoaliesque.
Ditto on the Veritas.
I must've done something right to get two full day kitchen passes in close succession...of course it could also be a combination of Braedan starting day care and her getting tired of that desperate...
Depends on which Chatooga you're talking about. The one west of Rome would have Coosa redeyes. The one up in NE Ga would be Bartram's which surprisingly were not officially described in the paper...
Awesome shots John!
No prob! Yeah, by my count we're looking at at least 16 species if they all are approved. AL would then steal the diversity crown from GA with 11 vs 9.
I've heard/read rumblings of additional...
Oh I wouldn't bust your balls over bad Latin...I was referring to this:
Or micropterus chattahoochae depending on who you talk to. ;) But yeah...they're redeyes.
Just a really vividly marked AL spot...no shoalies in this water.
Took my little buddy hiking/fishing today. So far he loves being outside, especially around water. I hope he keeps it up.
After about a one mile hike, we arrived at our destination....
Nice report John. And congrats to Charlie and Becky on some excellent catches!
Thanks guys. It was definetly some "back to my roots" style fishing and was some of the most enjoyable "work" I've ever done. :)
A couple months ago, Seminole Steve put me in touch with some state biologists back in my home state of MS. That eventually led to me taking vacation last week to volunteer to "work" with one of the...
deadeye that is a daytripper, but I believe it's a 12.
Better late than never.
A few Saturdays ago I got a rare chance to spend the day on the water. So Tim and I hit a 10 mile stretch of creek I've had my eye on. The water was holding at springtime...
Nice ones as always!
Finished up my job near Dothan last Monday around 4:30, so I looked for a spot to spend a couple hours. I ended up at a bridge over a small Apalachicola trib. A quick check on my mapping software...
First, I don't believe that believing in Christ and believing in evolution is mutually exclusive. I believe in both.
Hal, I'm pretty much with you...although I don't think we've been around long...
When someone says "I'll keep that to myself" I'm automatically interested. :)
Can't argue with that Hal. With the "old school" definition obviously out the window, what makes a "species" nowadays? I've also always wondered why we don't have animal races....maybe it's a PC...
Ha...I didn't see this one coming. I suspected a sub species of the northern spot in the coastal tribs, but I wasn't aware if anybody cared much less of any ongoing research. I'm a little surprised...
Don't get your hopes up...that's a juvenile. Adults look very much like a regular northern spotted bass.