Want to add some serious thrill to your life? Go fishing for monster White Sturgeon in Idaho.

Or even if you don't... reading about these insane catches is entertaining enough! We're talking about ancient legends swimming in Idaho's waters.

We've got some facts about the sturgeon below, and details about the biggest one to ever be caught in Idaho!

1. These are living legends that have been around for millions of years. Imagine hooking into a fish that's been around for over 200 million years! White Sturgeon are the OGs of the aquatic world, and you can reel in your very own piece of history right here in the Boise area.

2. Their size. When you reel one in... hold tight because these fish are no joke! White Sturgeon in Idaho can reach up to 20 feet and weigh over 1,500 pounds!

3. Catch and conserve. Here's the best part – it's not just about the catch, it's about conservation too! Idaho is serious about protecting these living fossils, so there are strict regulations in place to protect the species.

Let's talk about the biggest White Sturgeon to ever be caught in Idaho

Y’all this is incredible, last year a man from Utah traveled to Idaho specifically to go fishing — hoping to see the infamous white sturgeon — and he ended up setting the new record!

It happened at C.J. Strike Reservoir in southwestern Idaho, and the fisherman was Greg Poulsen of Eagle Mountain, Utah. He caught a 10-foot 4-inch monster sturgeon on August 5, 2022, ultimately setting a new state record.

*This message from Idaho Fish and Game: “Fishing for Idaho's white sturgeon is allowed strictly on a catch-and-release basis, and they may not be removed from the water while handling.”

Has anyone beat the record from last year? If so, please let us know!

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