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Thread: New Yellowfish pamphlets

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    If we distribute the pamphlets on the Freestate side, would the Northwest number stil be applicable? If not, my suggestion is to have 2 pamphlets. 1 for Freestate and one for Northwest.

    Where can one get the yellowfish conservation sign, and how does one join?

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    1 correction [haven't read them yet, just checked the tables]:

    Largemouth Yellowfish - the status is VULNERABLE, not ENDANGERED.

    Refer to Goverment Gazette 29657 No 151, 23 February 2007 [attached for reference ].
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    They're actually NT and not V as per the last iucn list update in 2007 referenced in the gazette... Not that it means much to the average vaal warrior whom the pamphlets are aimed at
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    Great initiative, well done!

    Just one q, does one refer to yellowfish/mudfish or yellowfishes/mudfishes in the plural? Sounds a bit funny..


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    Great effort, yes I think as a courtesy just contact Peter Arderne at FOSAF and tell him. We've a committee meeting early November and I can tell him then in person in case you haven't got thru

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    Fantastic job. Is it ok if I print a couple and drop them off at places I go fish. They can then give them to every fisherman that enters the property!
    “What a tourist terms a plague of insects, the fly fisher calls a great hatch.” ~ Patrick F.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    Fantastic job. Is it ok if I print a couple and drop them off at places I go fish. They can then give them to every fisherman that enters the property!
    No Problems

    Here is the final PDF
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyFanatic View Post
    Great initiative, well done!

    Just one q, does one refer to yellowfish/mudfish or yellowfishes/mudfishes in the plural? Sounds a bit funny..

    It is definately not "yellowfishes and mudfishes"! It must read "yellowfish and mudfish ..."

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