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Following the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, tight controls on fishing in the Caspian were lifted, and less than a decade later wild sturgeon was severely depleted.
Sewage spill may threaten some sturgeon fishing Thursday Sturgeon anglers be aware!
The Big Cut is the top location for sturgeon fishermen.
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These are sturgeon, a species native to Russia and Central Asia, much sought after for its roe, which is processed into caviar.
Like the stunning smoked sturgeon with caviar and peas, or a crudo of tuna and pickled blueberries over sweet basil and melon puree.
Protection from harvest helped the sturgeon population stabilize.
The quality of the New York waters has improved radically in the last decades, Malinowski said, with shad, giant striped bass and sturgeon now being fished (even if the eating quotas are limited to one a month, and none for kids or pregnant women).
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