Cut Throat Trout Pics

silvertip8k

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look forward to posting some more here and meeting some new anglers...and DOK...HMMM...I heard that the gout came from excessive barley pop cunsumption??? must have been a misprint...LOL...

hope it goes away...

missed the show with you all for sure...its always a spectacle , dont miss the fly snobs though...you know the simms fleece and sage hat bunch...Colorados finest...:shades:

Ok , that is a bit rough on them...sorry...but since I moved here from Co I have been fishing a spot here all by myself...its so nice...and met a few new anglers that are more interested in tying and catching then how much dough they rolled out for the rig...very pleasant indeed...maybe thats the way its supposed to be???...yep I do miss my beloved S Platte...but I am very fortunate to be finding some very beautiful patches of water here...might even try some summertime Bass fishing w/ an 8wt too !

hooray for TFO !

all the best...t
 
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Okay, Tried this once earlier and it did not work out. So here goes again. Here is a short video of a nice Cutthroat I caught last October on the South Fork of the Snake in Idaho. It was just my boss Greg and myself on a Guides Day Out

[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1p48TpMygU"]YouTube - Guides Day Out[/ame]
 

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Hey Folks

Here is another Cutty clip from the 2010 season. That's the Forums own Fyshstyker behind the camera.

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAwhO_kiMIY]YouTube - Fishin the Soueh Fork[/ame]
 

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I apologise in advance for my ignorance but as far as I am aware we don't have cut throat in the UK (very few wild rainbows as well). Are they a distinct species or a variation of a rainbow trout?

Cheers
Dan
 

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In a large portion of western waters in the U.S., cutthroats are native, where rainbows were introduced later.

Kelly.
 

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Cheers guys for the answer. Same question but with muskie and pike? Are they also two different species? All very confusing with your slight variations on fish we see over here lol
 
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