Sea-Run Cutthroats: "Like Waiting for Lightening to Strike"

In this morning’s New York Times, author Chris Santella describes what makes fly fishers bounce from shoreline to shoreline to catch the enigmatic sea-run cutthroat.
“They strike a fly with vigor, deport themselves like a much-larger adversary once hooked and are among the most beautiful members of the trout family — sometimes chrome bright with its namesake red slash marks nearly invisible, other times a blend of yellow and gold and olive green with prominent “cuts” below the gills….”

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