Updated: Aug 1
Catch the Full Sturgeon Supermoon!
If you are NEW to us, our full moon saunas are a great way to enjoy an evening on the beach, sweating out all the stress and tension from day to day life!
August’s full Sturgeon Moon reaches its peak on Friday, August 12, 2022. It will be the last supermoon of the year!
North American fishing tribes called August's full moon the sturgeon moon since the species appeared in number during this month. It's also been called the green corn moon, the grain moon, and the red moon for the reddish hue it often takes on in the summer haze.
What Is a Sturgeon?
These prehistoric-looking fish have been traced back to around 136 million years ago and many people call them “living fossils.”
Females require around 20 years to start reproducing, and they can only reproduce every 4 years. However, they can live up to 150 years!
Today, there are about 29 species worldwide, including the lake sturgeon found in the Great Lakes. They have evolved in size from the size of a bass to monster sturgeon as big as a Volkswagen.
The lake sturgeon is quite rare today, due to intense overfishing in the 19th century, pollution, and damage to their habitat.