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radke22

WHY NO STURGEON TALK?

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radke22

THE OPENER IS THIS SAT THE 6TH ON THE ST.CROIX. WITH A MINUMUM OF 50" OF FISH YOU KNOW THERE HAS TO BE SOME 12-14' FISH IN THERE. AM I GOING TO BE ALONE OUT THERE, OR IS ANYONE ELSE GOING TO BE OUT THERE?

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Sturgeon46

Ok... I catch most of the sturgeon I catch later (Late Sept/Oct). I get most of them jigging rockers with minnow heads. I've sure never seen a 12' - 14' in the croix though. Maybe a white Sturgeon in the Snake river out west. Where do you usually fish sturgeon and what technique?

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Mike W

Have heard a few reports of nice sturgen coming in in the rock island strech of the croix. Caught about 8 of them last monday morning myself. The largest I had on looked to be a little better than 3' long.
Crawlers where the hot bait for me. I have caught them on just about every thing.
They seem to like gravel. I dont spend alot of time chasing them but when I find them there is usually some kind of gravel bar around.

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Walleye_GFA

Please dont ream me for this, but I know that some folks keep sturgeon, are they any good to eat ???

I used to fish spoonbill until I tasted it... was horrible... thus I stopped fishing for them (have to keep them when you drap a hook across their backs)..

Wally

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Mike W

Had some locals from northern Wis. tell me they where not a good as sheephead or carp.

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