Winnebago Sturgeon Harvest Report Wednesday, February 17th
The 2010 sturgeon spearing seasons on both the Upriver Lakes and Lake Winnebago will end tomorrow, Thursday February 18th, 2010, at 12:30 PM. Total of 179 fish registered today including 7 fish larger than 100 pounds. Ninety percent harvest closure triggers were hit today on both Lake Winnebago and the Upriver Lakes.
Totals for the day:
Lake Winnebago: 26 juvenile females; 64 adult females; 69 males; TOTAL of 159Upriver Lakes: 1 juvenile female...
Winnebago Sturgeon Harvest Report Sunday, February 14th
Somewhat slower harvest pace today on both Lake Winnebago and the Upriver Lakes, which typically happens the day after all the excitement following opening day. Total of 656 fish registered today with, again, a nice bevy of 17 fish larger than 100 pounds. The number of spearing shanties dropped very little lake wide though from 4033 shacks on Lake Winnebago yesterday to 4009 today and 490 on the Upriver Lakes yesterday to 469 today. Many spearers...
Record lake sturgeon catch from Lake Winnebago weighing 212.2 lb (96.3 kg)
More on the new record fish - "If this fish could only talk"
The 212.2 lb (96.3 kg), 84.2 in (214 cm) record fish harvested yesterday was a record not only for Lake Winnebago, but also a new sturgeon spearing record for Wisconsin. The previous record sturgeon taken by spear in the state was a 195 pound fish harvested on May 20, 1979 from Pokegama Lake in Vilas County on the Lac du Flambeau Indian Reservation. Although we have not yet aged this f...
Winnebago Sturgeon Harvest Report for Saturday, February 13th
A record smashing day on Lake Winnebago today for the start of the 2010 sturgeon spearing season. We have been handling fish in our spring spawning surveys in excess of 200 pounds for several years now, and finally one of these large super-trophies has shown up in the spear harvest. Ron Grishaber of Appleton registered a 212.2 pound, 84.2" sturgeon this morning at our Harrison Registration Station, west of the village of Sherwood.
Also a record ...
Lake Sturgeon Return to North Carolina
On October 21st, more than 3,000 lake sturgeon were released into the French Broad River near Hot Springs, North Carolina...
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NASPS 2015 Annual Business Meeting and Listening Session Notes
The NASPS 2015 Business Meeting and Listening Session notes can be found by clicking on the following links.
NASPS 2015 Minutes from Business Meeting.pdf
Appendix 1 Business Meeting and Listening Session NASPS 2015.pdf