Back in 2018, Steve Carroll (Sturgeon Steve) and Bryce Thompson “tackled one of the biggest sturgeons from a kayak to date” while in Idaho. With a circumference of 42 inches and a length of eight feet, weighing approximately 300 pounds, the massive dinosaur fish was released after the quick measurements to “fight another day”.
The duo compiled their most memorable moments of their trip in the video below.
FWP News: GAME WARDENS SEEK INFORMATION ON STOLEN SIGNS IN JEFFERSON COUNTY
Start your National Park checklist
Paddlefish Guide Pulls in an Unusual Spoonbill
Individual shoots black bear hunter and flees, arrested 9 months later
Baked Stuffed Rainbow Trout Recipe
“The Fallen” by Randall West: A Memorial Day tribute
Helena Area Reservoirs Fishing Report 5.29.23
The origin of Memorial Day
ELK NETWORK WORLD ELK CALLING CHAMPIONSHIPS COMING TO BIG SKY COUNTRY
By Moosetrack Megan
Public Comment Period Opens May 15 for an Easement Application on Fox Farm Road
By Montana Grant
SAME OLD LINE!!!
Memorial Day 2023 – Listen to Last Weeks Show 5/27/23
By Kamp Cook
Montana Fishing Reports for Memorial Day Weekend 2023
MT Outdoor Podcast: Big Bucks with Big Fish for the Big Winners! How Did They Do It?
USDA Forest Service Invests $28.8 million into Deferred Maintenance Projects in the Northern Region (R1)
First but not last trip to Fort Peck
FWP News: Application deadline for antelope and B licenses June 1
FWP News: Application available for FWP’s Habitat Conservation Lease Program
Fishing with the Captain
All about the walleyes at Fort Peck
Fresno and Nelson Reservoir Fishing Report by Brian Olson 5.26.23
Embark on a reel adventure every week with our action-packed fishing radio show!