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Tricos on Idaho's Teton River

September 7, 2008 By: Marshall Cutchin

“The pervasive stillness on the Teton River makes the fishing all the more intense. Slow currents slide and twist along the hay-lined banks, pulling tricos, the product of a light hatch earlier this morning, around in the river’s relaxed spin cycle.” Samuel S. Bacon writes a lyrical entry on trico fishing on the Teton in the Denver Post.