Idaho's South Fork Cutthroats

“Anglers who flock here care only that the South Fork variety is consistently large, generally 16 to 18 inches, and relatively easy to catch using large dry flies. Who could ask for more?” Charlie Meyers visits the South Fork of the Snake River in eastern Idaho and explains why the trout there get attention from both serious fly fishers and biologists interested in preserving the Yellowstone cutthroat. In the Denver Post.

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