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Topic Review (Newest First)
02-12-2008 11:44 AM
ktruchan Great idea
02-04-2005 11:24 AM
dcsfishinadventures THANK YOU, this whole site is great!
10-24-2004 06:24 PM
blufloyd just to let you know I leave no turn unstoned I figuered out Choupiquer
is a derivative of bowfin from the cajun lands to the south. Pass the gumbo.



10-24-2004 01:58 PM
fishhog
08-02-2004 08:05 AM
Choupiquer Visit Coastal Conservation Association. It is kind of like the " NRA " for fishermen.
04-18-2004 08:32 PM
earthboy2000
01-10-2004 10:09 PM
#1 Fisherman Very good idea
09-01-2003 03:36 AM
WALLY Nice addition...I know it won't go to waste!
08-30-2003 09:56 AM
Mike Clifford Thanks Ed!
The internet can be a powerful tool in the preservation of our resources if we use it to it's full advantage.
With many sportsmen and women looking to the web for their outdoors information, I'd like to think they can use it as a means of giving back to the resource as well.
08-30-2003 09:24 AM
CLF
A special forum

We thought we would try a specific forum for conservation related issues.
Let's keep these off the General Discussion and Sound Off forums and post them here.
This way if someone wants to browse the site for conservation related topics they can come directly here.
We'll see how well this plays out but as we are concerned about these issues, no matter how trivial a matter it may seem, we should have some lively discussion.

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