Well I went out fishing friday night with my buddy moeman we went to a spot where we can usually get some eaters using night crawlers. Kept getting my hook stripped and running out of crawlers, so I decide to put on a smaller hook to find out what is doing this to me. I'm in my boat and moeman is in his and we are anchored next to each other shooting the breeze when all of a sudden my rod tip hits the water, I yell fish on. Moeman climbs into my boat to help land the fish, I fight the thing for 15 to 20 minutes drag set all the way and and every time I get it close to the boat it takes off running like as if there was no drag at all. This fish ends up pulling us in the boat that has anchor still down about 100 yards from moemans boat, man was that a strong fish. We did get a quick look at it as it came to the surface and did the big tail slap and spit out the hook. Was a sturgeon about 4 to 5 feet long. That was all the excitement for that night. Saturday night was a little different, I get out to the same spot and throw out a line with a large chicken liver on 5 minutes later I get a fish on I manage to get this one in the boat, a cat about 15 lbs. Then I sit there for a while to see if I can get some more. So I throw out a night crawler on my other pole and I start feeling little hits as soon as the bait hits the bottom. I think, not this bait thief again so next time it hits I give it a jerk I end up catching a 3 ft. sturgeon with a DNR tag on its dorsal, I write down the numbers take a pic and set it free. I have pictures of both fish I will post as soon as I get my son to make them the right size for posting.