Sturgeon River-CR 923 to Little Fork River Professional Review and Guide
"The Sturgeon perks up a bit as it flows toward the Little Fork. You’ll encounter four tough rapids—and probably no logjams.
Though the gradient increases only slightly in this section, the river changes perceptibly. Perhaps because of the combination of soils and gradient, logjams are less likely to block the channel. You’ll encounter four rapids. The first three—at river miles 9.8, 8.3, and 7.6—are Class II, but the final rapids (river mile 4.6), just over 1 mile downstream from the confluence with the Bear River, is a Class III. The mouth of the Bear River, by the way, is one of the most beautiful spots along the river."