Caught this fish a couple weeks ago on a public water in CO (stream). DOW biologist has confirmed a "robust" population of naturally reproducing Yellowstone Cutthroat in the area. Sharing here because I thought it was pretty darned cool, as I didn't think that a naturally-reproducing population of this species existed in any CO stream. Couldn't get a good photo for ID in the net, so I quickly laid it in some grass to get a better angle, which made the ID a snap. Beautiful fish!!!
Sorry, but I'm not giving up the spot though. *wink*