Yellowstone Cutthroat Reverie

March 6, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

“Casting to these creatures in the primordial surroundings of the park’s Buffalo Ford when jewel-like pale morning duns are hatching and cutthroat roil the slick surface of the stream with their gluttonous riseforms is as close as most of us will get to an encounter with virgin America.” Anyone who’s been lucky enough to fish cutthroat in Buffalo Ford will appreciate Peter Kaminsky’s description of the need of protecting the cutthroat in Yellowstone Park. In The New York Times.