Wetsuit Trout

December 4, 2004 By: Marshall Cutchin

“I’m beginning to feel like a trout myself, suspended in 30 feet of water at the bottom of Firehole River, as I watch cutthroat dart to the surface, hit mayflies and sink back with a silvery flip of their bodies to rejoin the school in the current line above my head. A diver’s bubbles usually alarm trout, but this bunch doesn’t seem to care.” Here’s an interesting bottom-up view of the Firehole and other Montana waters by scuba diver Steve Chapple. On ScubaDiving.com.