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Remi3006 08-07-2020 02:52 PM

Fraser River - Sturgeon Hunters
 
Hi all, looking at booking a Sturgeon trip with these guys in the next few weeks. Anyone fished with them? We have fished the Fraser about 10 times but with it being last minute, spots are tough to come by with the outfitters we have used in the past.

Thank you for any feedback.

Quigley2000 08-07-2020 06:33 PM

Was fishing the Fraser a week or two ago and went with sturgeon slayers. Was with Kevin (head guide) and was exceptional. Had several fish a day and size ranged from 30Ē to 8í2Ē. Definitely think heís the guy to go with because it canít get any better. He knows every nook and cranny of the river for all water conditions. When running 4 rods he could even predict which rod will get the next hit over 50% of the time, so it wasnít fluke. Its clear he knows that river ridiculously well so I doubt anyone could know it better.


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Outbound 08-07-2020 06:35 PM

Sturgeon Hunters or Sturgeon Slayers? I haven't heard of Sturgeon Hunters. But Slayers is a solid outfit with a good rep.

https://sturgeonslayers.com/

Remi3006 08-08-2020 12:12 PM

Yep, Kevin is great! We have fished with him several times but his schedule and ours donít work for this trip.

www.sturgeonhunter.com

Quigley2000 08-09-2020 12:26 PM

Seems measurements screwed up. Was 30 inches up to 8 foot 2 inches. I definitely think Kevin is the guy youíre looking for though.


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guru fisher 08-14-2020 03:56 PM

Where on the river and what bait are they using ?

Quigley2000 08-15-2020 01:55 AM

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Originally Posted by guru fisher (Post 4218403)
Where on the river and what bait are they using ?


Well canít say. Kevin is very specific for where to go, based off of the flow, and what bait to use based off of the time of year. He is also protective over his prized honey holes with the greatest chance at the bigger fish. Therefore all I can say is location was on bottom, and bait was what he put on the hook. I definitely think if you go with him you wonít be disappointed.


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guru fisher 08-15-2020 10:56 AM

Thats kinda a silly answer :argue2:

35 whelen 08-15-2020 11:10 AM

Thats why you pay for a guide ,

guru fisher 08-15-2020 05:04 PM

Don't have to pay for one if you know what your doing and can pick up a few tips. It aint rocket science to catch a white sturgeon on the Fraser. You guys live here so whats the big deal you give out a few tips ?:argue2:


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