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Fish: Cutthroat Trout

Paiute Cutthroat

Post By: Herf      Posted: 9/19/2018 8:43:03 AM     Points: 135    
Here is a picture of a Paiute Cutthroat from the backcountry of California. 15 miles by horseback and another 3 miles by foot got me to the stream where they are at (and I should say these are not in their native drainage)

With catching this subspecies of cutthroat, I have now caught every recognized subspecies of cutthroat.

Coastal Cutthroat
Bonneville Cutthroat
Humboldt Cutthroat
Lahontan Cutthroat
Whitehorse Basin Cutthroat
Paiute Cutthroat
Snake River Cutthroat
Westslope Cutthroat
Yellowstone Cutthroat
Colorado River Cutthroat
Greenback Cutthroat
Rio Grande Cutthroat
Alvord Cutthroat - this fish is from a stream that has the phenotype of the Alvord Cutthroat, even though they are not pure

 Reply by: anglerwannabe      Posted: 9/19/2018 8:55:32 AM     Points: 45028    
do I know you? What is this subspecies you speak of?

Great job Ty.. you may be the most dedicated angler I know!

Jim
 Reply by: troutfinder      Posted: 9/19/2018 9:30:22 AM     Points: 51    
this quest sounds like perfect content for a book...hope you took a lot of pictures )
 Reply by: not too old to fish      Posted: 9/19/2018 9:50:24 AM     Points: 4505    
Congrats on your conquest of the cutthroat. I too think that a book or at least a short story about your quest would be a worthwhile read for any trout fisherman and if you have pictures that would be an added bonus.
 Reply by: panfishin      Posted: 9/19/2018 11:59:09 AM     Points: 7462    
very cool, congrats!
 Reply by: Smelly      Posted: 9/19/2018 3:46:19 PM     Points: 20703    
Cool looking fish. And an accomplishment to be very proud of. Like AWB said That's dedicated angling!
 Reply by: SGM      Posted: 9/19/2018 5:18:18 PM     Points: 6724    
Congratulations or the ultimate Cutthroat slam. Not sure many folks can claim that one.
 Reply by: esoxrocks      Posted: 9/19/2018 9:51:01 PM     Points: 2480    
Well ok then...itís good to have something to get us up in the morning. Beats robbing 7-11s.
 Reply by: bigmack      Posted: 9/20/2018 6:38:18 AM     Points: 48    
Apache cutthroat?
 Reply by: FishSeal      Posted: 9/20/2018 1:00:10 PM     Points: 9459    
bigmack,

That may be a common name. However, the Apache Trout is a different species, Oncorhynchus apache.
Cutthroat trout are Oncorhynchus clarkii, then have the different subspecies, that Herf has referred to.

Just some FYI.

FS
 Reply by: Herf      Posted: 9/21/2018 7:15:38 AM     Points: 135    
I would just like to say thanks for all of the kind words. I will say that catching all of these different subspecies of cutthroats has been a challenge, totally different types of water for each, so changing up your approach is the key.

As for a book about the cutthroat, that would only be a chapter in my book about catching all the different recognized trout/char/salmon of North America. I only 7 to go, excluding a few frankenfish and some trout in the mountains of Mexico.

And also, here is a picture of an Apache Trout from a few years ago.
 Reply by: bigmack      Posted: 9/22/2018 7:44:07 PM     Points: 48    
That is a nice Apache, and congrats on the accomplishment lots of time invested there for sure.

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