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    Howdy,I was wounderun has anyone caught one or heard of any caught?
    kk.

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    Caught plenty Colombia River Willapa River Chehalis River Naselle River never on the KP

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    • #3
      Originally posted by kenaikidd View Post
      Howdy,I was wounderun has anyone caught one or heard of any caught?
      kk.
      In Alaska? I think I remember a thread about green sturgeon in the SE somewhere.
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      how to act in public

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        • #5
          http://forums.outdoorsdirectory.com/...light=sturgeon

          Search function is your friend..

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          • #6
            lake iliamna is said to have green sturgeon. Honeslty I wouldn't be surprised if they were in other rivers around here.

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            • #7
              I remember an epsisode of river monsters on this. Although I don't think he was ever able to prove they are in lake iliamna.
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              • #8
                River Monster Show

                I saw that show and the "fishermen" did not catch a sturgeon from Lake Illiama.They ended the show on the Colombia River fishing and catching sturgeon below Bonneville Dam .They never did catch a sturgeon in Alaska.:mad:It was all BS ..........
                If you want to catch em ya gotta go where they are and it ain't here.

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                • #9
                  According to the recent thread posting about the SUTTON COMMUNITY COUNCIL DRAFT for Recreation Infrastructure Hubs & Links
                  Wasilla Creek, Moose Creek, Eska Creek, Granite Creek, Kings River, and Chickaloon
                  River are spawning, rearing and/or migration waters for anadromous fish (salmon, trout,
                  char, whitefish, sturgeon, etc.)
                  How true that is I have no clue but it definetly caught my attention when I saw sturgeon listed.

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                  • #10
                    A six footer was caught in a subsistance net at the mouth of the Naknek River about 25 years ago and is mounted on the wall of the King Salmon ADF&G office. Seen it.

                    George

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                    • #11
                      You know I have heard that people catch them here and there, but nothing to make me think there is a sustained run any where. I did see the story about lake Iliamna, and I know they finished it in WA, I was just saying most of the rumors I have heard happened on rivers over in that area.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by George Riddle View Post
                        A six footer was caught in a subsistance net at the mouth of the Naknek River about 25 years ago and is mounted on the wall of the King Salmon ADF&G office. Seen it.


                        George
                        I've seen it too
                        I choose to fly fish, not because its easy, but because its hard.

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