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Two-rod rules require purchase of a $24.50 permit and apply to all species except sturgeon, which remains one-rod-only and a single-barbless hook.
Opportunities to stalk line-peeling salmon, steelhead and sturgeon.
For all you trivia buffs, the answer is four: white sturgeon, bull trout, burbot and sockeye salmon.
Sturgeon: Virtually all sturgeon fishing is catch-and-release.
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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Origin and Etymology of sturgeon
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of sturgeon for English Language Learners
: a type of large fish that is eaten as food
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