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I am taking my two kids (12 and 11) on a trip to the Tri Basin Divide to try and get them their Cutthroat Slams. I saw on Trout Unlimiteds "On The Rise" TV show that the host caught 3 different species needed for the slam at the TBD. I am having a hard time finding maps or info on where to go once there and exactly which rivers/creeks to fish for each species. They already have their Yellowstone Cut. Any information would be greatly appreciated. I will have maybe 3 days of fishing in the TBD and then its off to other waters and different fish.
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cruddymutt: Welcome to the forum. I saw the TU episode you are talking about, but it was pretty vague on exactly where to go. I have a friend in town that got his cutt slam a few years ago, I plan to pick his brain for ideas on where to go, but he is on a road trip to Wisconsin, but should be back this week sometime. You could also take a look at the link below, it shows an overall map for each species and list some of the rivers. From there you could stop in at one of the regional offices and ask questions.

Wyoming Game and Fish - Cutt-Slam Program - 59

DryFlyGuy and I are also in the early planning on how to get our cutt slams. You might want to keep track of this thread and if you are interested in joining us your more than welcome.
http://www.theflyfishingforum.com/fo...tes-11354.html


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cruddymutt: In doing a Google search for Tri Basin Divide I found the link below. Apparently, there is a section on the Tri Basin Divide in the book "Flyfishers Guide to Wyoming", which has some pretty good information.

Flyfisher's Guide to Wyoming ... - Google Books

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