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  • Sturgeon fishing in Idaho

    White sturgeon are the largest freshwater species in North America. Specimens up to 8 feet in length are fairly common, and big ones can exceed 10 feet and weigh several hundred pounds. Sturgeon cannot be harvested in Idaho, and anglers must follow special rules to fish for them, as this video from Idaho Fish and Game explains.

Sturgeon fishing in Idaho

White sturgeon are the largest freshwater species in North America. Specimens up to 8 feet in length are fairly common, and big ones can exceed 10 feet and weigh several hundred pounds. Sturgeon cannot be harvested in Idaho, and anglers must follow special rules to fish for them, as this video from Idaho Fish and Game explains.
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