Re: NANFA-- Intriguing tiny sturgeon

Scott Davis (
Thu, 13 Jun 2002 04:58:59 -0500

> The small size for the sturgeon is about right. 7-8 year class for
atlantic sturgeon are only about 12-18 inches according to a guide I read.
That growth can be stunted by protien poor diets or crowding more than 1
specimen per square foot.
> Only problem with having them breed is you'll have to wait about 5 or 6
years. On the up side they live to be about 70 maybe even 100 so that comes
out to about a dime a year for each one.
> Enjoy,
> Steve

Time to get going on that living trust. With those sturgeon included, boy
are the kids gonna be surprised!

All the best,

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