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    Every distribution map I read, claims white sturgeon exist as far north as cook inlet. Any alaskan ever take the time to fish for these guys. I imagin they are associated with the large river systems of the mainland. I am curious.

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    If you use the search feature there was quite a discussion on this last year.
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    edit:
    Dave's reference covers it all pretty well.

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    White Sturgeon on occur in three rivers, the Frazer, the Columbia, and the Sacramento, but they could roam around our coasts. Although the monster of Lake Illiamna is thought to be a white sturgeon.

    Green Sturgeon are occasionally caught in gill nets all over Alaska
    I choose to fly fish, not because its easy, but because its hard.

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