The Lake Sturgeon is a Medium-sized fish featured in Red Dead Redemption 2 and Red Dead Online.

It's not required for the "Zoologist" and "Skin Deep" Achievements.

Lake Sturgeon Details & Location:

Lake Sturgeon are large, strong, bottom-feeding fish that dwell in the deeper waters of some Southern lakes and swamps. They can be tempted to bite by man-made Lake Lures. Lake Sturgeon are known to be more active during overcast weather. A huge Legendary Lake Sturgeon is rumored to have been spotted around the Lannahechee River delta.

Lake Sturgeon Fishing Tips:

Using a Lake Lure will increase your chances of a successful catch

Map Location - Lake Sturgeon

Where to find the Lake Sturgeon in Red Dead Redemption 2 - Map Location / Habitat:

The Lake Sturgeon is Found in Lakes in the South Region, or in Swamps (Lemoyne), preferably with Overcast Weather.

Lake Sturgeon - Map Location in RDR2

Lake Sturgeon Info

  • Animal Species Lake Sturgeon
  • Animal Class Fish
  • Animal Family Acipenseridae
  • Size Medium
  • Location Found in Lakes in the South Region, or in Swamps (Lemoyne), preferably with Overcast Weather
  • Hunting Can be fished
  • Required for Achievement No
  • Scientific Name Acipenser Fulvescens

Lake Sturgeon Appearances

  • Game Edition Game Edition: Red Dead OnlineRed Dead OnlineGame Edition: RDR 2 Story ModeRDR 2 Story Mode



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