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  • jbatzkiel
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    http://www.muscatinejournal.com/articles/2009/01/23/news/doc497a87d69b7b3484264999.txt

    I came across this on the web and found it interesting. Anyone else heard anything about it?

    TeamAsgrow
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    I would have to agree, nothing wrong with the state fish being a channel cat.
    It is abundant and in every body of water in the state. Id vote for a whisker fish to be our states official aquatic represenative

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    Poor old George Marzeck (outdoor writer and artist), down at West Burlington, tried to get that accomplished for close to 40 years. I’d have love to seen it happen, just for his sake, before he passed away. I had a stack of material on my desk three inches thick documenting his efforts.

    If it ever does pass, I swear the old boy will have a second coming. 😉 :mrgreen:

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    Quote by: HideHunter

    Poor old George Marzeck (outdoor writer and artist), down at West Burlington, tried to get that accomplished for close to 40 years. I’d have love to seen it happen, just for his sake, before he passed away. I had a stack of material on my desk three inches thick documenting his efforts.

    If it ever does pass, I swear the old boy will have a second coming. 😉 :mrgreen:

    I agree. How hard could it be? No offence to the bluegill crowd or anything, but I never seen them pushing for that to be the state fish. C’mone legistlators lets
    get-er-done. (Chant) Cat…Cat…Cat…Cat…Cat…Cat…Cat…etc……….

    River

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