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Any sturgeon showing up???

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Just curious if any shovelnose sturgeon are showing their faces yet. If you have seen any, please let me know.

Thanks, Leech

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ah yes, the annual quest for the shovelnose grin.gif

Good Luck, I haven't caught any yet, but I'm sure they should be biting now.

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My buddy and I caught 6 yesterday when we were fishing with crawlers trying to catch anything that would bite. Good to finally catch something on the river again this spring.

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Yes dtro....I might just give it one more shot this year.

It's gotta happen.....right??? grin.gif

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Almost forgot....

Where did ya catch those darn things? Hows the river level?

Thanks for helping out in my quest, Leech

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We caught them at the st. peter landing again this year. We tried it again and didnt get nothing. Just remember to bring plenty of sinkers. Also we were using crawlers.

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