A Cutthroat Spring

Spring has been great to me, even though the fishing has been a bit . . . yes, cutthroat. The double entendre in the title of this post was certainly on purpose. Just like I shared a post of all my great fish from Winter, I figured Spring deserved its own post. With temps rising and summer right around the corner, I wanted to share my spring fly fishing adventures with you. As I went back through my photos, though, I noticed something – I’ve overwhelmingly caught cutthroat trout!

So sit back and enjoy this gallery of cutthroat, fresh from the Rocky Mountains.

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Gorgeous Bonneville Cutthroat trout.

 

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Not my fish, but a great shot of a wild cutthroat from my friend Andrew Hill.

 

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Have you been out fishing this spring? Share your photos with us in the comments below!


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Spencer Durrant is a fly fishing writer and novelist from Utah. He authors seven fly fishing columns for various outlets, including Hatch Magazine and the Orvis Fly Fishing Blog. Spencer is the CEO of Wasatch Writing Services, LLC, and his new novel Learning to Fly is set to be published by GenZ Publishing later in the summer of 2016. You can connect with Spencer on Twitter and Instagram @Spencer_Durrant, or on Facebook

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