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S-R Archive find of the day: 1941 Sturgeon

Pat Davis of Chewelah poses with his son Clark next to the pair of sturgeon he caught during the first week of April in 1941. The fish, with a combined weight of nearly 350 pounds, and each over 7 feet long, were taken from the Columbia river between Rice and Kettle Falls.
Pat Davis of Chewelah poses with his son Clark next to the pair of sturgeon he caught during the first week of April in 1941. The fish, with a combined weight of nearly 350 pounds, and each over 7 feet long, were taken from the Columbia river between Rice and Kettle Falls.

S-R Archive find of the day: In this 1941 photo, Pat Davis of Chewelah poses with his son Clark next to the pair of sturgeon he caught during the first week of April. The fish, with a combined weight of nearly 350 pounds, and each over 7 feet long, were taken from the Columbia river between Rice and Kettle Falls.




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