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North America’s largest freshwater fish might be a bottom-dweller, but they sure put up a fight to any angler willing to battle. The White Sturgeon is found in the three major drainages on the Pacific Coast. Their sizes vary, but they average under 10 feet in length. That might seem huge, but the record White Sturgeon was over 20 feet and 1,800 pounds! That is one big fish deserving of this one piece! They are being threatened by overfishing. Anglers just can’t get enough, so there is size and take limit restrictions being imposed. Fish on but with care!
Whenever the crew of the Frankie Anne III angle in the freshwaters of the US Pacific region, they make sure to stock up on large fish bait! We’re talking 2 pounds of fish to put on the end of their hooks! Their motto: go big or go home and the White Sturgeon is as big as they come in the US freshwater systems. This fishing Romper can’t fully capture the majesty of these bottom-dwelling beasts (but it comes pretty close!)