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Cutthroat Trout
Species Facts

Science Name: Oncorhynchus clarki
Other Names: native trout, cut, red trout, mountain trout, black spotted trout
Ideal Temp: 52 to 60
World Record: 41 lbs. Nevada
Environment: coastal, stream
Techniques: light tackle, fly

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penny and roy | Posted: August 24, 2008

My husband and I like to go fishing but for the last 3 or 4 years we hardly catch any thing. I my use worms to fish. I hope you can give me ideals on how to catch more fish. Thank you for your time. Penny Goodson

crazy fisher | Posted: November 9, 2003

help! I have searched and searched for a Colorado record for the cutthroat trout. While fishing in the late spring of 1997 near Glenwood I watched a guy land a huge cutthroat trout. It measured nearly 38 inches long and bet it weighed at least 35-40 pounds. This was right at the mouth of a tributary emptying into the Colorado River. I know the guy lived in Grand Junction and was a teacher or something for troubled kids. When I tell others about it they roll their eyes and scoff. Well, I know it is true and hope someone, friend, neighbor or taxidermist could help me find the guy or a picture of the fish! I need to end this misbelief.