Underwater Trout Photography: Pat Clayton

Pat Clayton’s underwater photos of native and non-native trout do a terrific job of capturing color, so much so that many of them look like paintings. If you’ve ever wondered what a sea-run cutthroat in California’s Smith River or a Greenback from the glacier-fed streams of Colorado looks like, this is the place to go. (Thanks to reader Michael Santangelo for this link.)

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