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Cutthroat Trout

The coastal cutthroat populates nearly all of the streams and lakes within the Pacific Coast rainforest belt. This plucky little trout is migratory and has the ability to thrive in diverse environmental conditions. Anadromous cutthroat, the true sea-run cutthroat, is the headliner of the species. The ability of this strain to spend part of each year in parent rivers and then move into proctected estuaries, salt water bays or the Pacific Ocean has placed them in high regard among fly fishermen.

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Simple Fry
contributed by
Peter Chatt
Soft Orange
contributed by
Dean Mitchell
B.C. Stickleback
contributed by
Terry Bragg
Henri's Epoxy Minnow
contributed by
Henri Jover
What Else
contributed by
Dave Kearney
Antron Egg
contributed by
Martin Swain
           
Black & Copper
contributed by
Peter Chatt
Lois' Golden Muddler
contributed by
Lois McNeil
The Lime Fly
contributed by
Jack Morris
Silver Cone Bugger
contributed by
Peter Chatt
Furled Alevin
contributed by
Peter Caverhill
Mallard & Silver
contributed by
Blair Thomas
           
Micro Minnow
contributed by
Bill Lee
The Triple A
contributed by
Darren Smith
Stan's Pussy Willow
contributed by
Stan Ogden
Tape Fry
contributed by
Peter Caverhill
Tied Down Pink Fry
contributed by
Steve Hanson
Alex's Envy
contributed by
Granville Airton
           
Epoxy Minnow
contributed by
Phil Rowley
Silly Creek Saviour
contributed by
Phil Rowley
MLF Epoxy Fry
contributed by
Phil Rowley
Cutthroat/Coho Spider
contributed by
Peter Caverhill
Crystal Hair Minnow
contributed by
Peter Chatt
Scarlet Fever
contributed by
Darren Smith