When I usually think of cutthroat trout — no matter where I go to catch them, from northern New Mexico to southern British Columbia — I think of elegant wild trout that are quick to rise to dry flies. Given where they live, and the fish with which they often share habitat, I seldom think of cutthroats as fish that, well, eat other fish.
And that’s a mistake.
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