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    Big sturgeon in WI

    I'm not sure what you can do with a 100 lb Sturgeon, but it is a big ass fish.....


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    Come on out to BC if you want to catch em that big. Although it's catch and release only, they pull em out of the Fraser river bigger than that.
    Why is faster never fast enough.

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    Let it go.

    Eating smoked fish that old would be like Taco Bell
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    Fester, is that it??? Couldn't ya find any pics of a big one?
    Why is faster never fast enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeller View Post
    Fester, is that it??? Couldn't ya find any pics of a big one?

    I was thinking the same thing
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    The Suwannee River is full of them. You see them jumping straight up all summer long. A couple people I know have had them land in the boat with bodily injury to the people in the boat.

    On the other hand, my cousin caught a ten footer in the Columbia River in Oregon.

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    You're right Cuda. When I first saw them jumping, I thought they had to be tarpon; that's the only Florida fish I knew of that fit the size and jumping behavior. It was Jody who set me straight...very impressive fish.

    Phil

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