In the depths of the Columbia River lives a primitive fish dating back to the Middle Jurassic era, over 163 million years ago. The White Sturgeon is the largest freshwater fish in North America. Though they can reach up to 20 feet long, most rarely get over 10 feet in length. Characterized by large bony plates running down its back, a long flat snout and a deeply-forked tail, it’s impossible to mistake. There is nothing more incredible than hooking one of these giants at sunset. Click the photo to read more.