Posts Tagged ‘sturgeon’

Fraser River Sturgeon Conservation

Fraser River Sturgeon Conservation

Having almost been wiped out by mankind in the last 100 years, Fraser River Sturgeon conservation is of utmost importance. Sturgeon have been dated as far back as 65 million years, to when the dinosaurs roamed the Earth. They can survive in both salt and freshwater, and often travel back and forth between the two.…

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Catch and Release Sturgeon Fishing

Catch and Release Sturgeon Fishing

Sturgeon fishing in BC is entirely catch and release. What does this mean? Well, it means that you won’t be able to take any fish home with you but you still will be able to experience the thrill of the wrestle and the fight with a magnificent sturgeon. This fight can sometimes take up to…

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White Sturgeon Facts

Johnny's Sturgeon Sport Fishing

White Sturgeon are survivors from the dinosaur age and white sturgeons are the ones you will find in the Fraser River.  White sturgeon are among the largest and longest-lived of the many sturgeon species and of freshwater fish in North America. Amazingly, sturgeon have remained virtually unchanged since they first appeared in the fossil record…

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