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Sea-Run Cutthroats: "Like Waiting for Lightening to Strike"

Posted on February 27 2011

In this morning’s New York Times, author Chris Santella describes what makes fly fishers bounce from shoreline to shoreline to catch the enigmatic sea-run cutthroat.
“They strike a fly with vigor, deport themselves like a much-larger adversary once hooked and are among the most beautiful members of the trout family — sometimes chrome bright with its namesake red slash marks nearly invisible, other times a blend of yellow and gold and olive green with prominent “cuts” below the gills….”

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