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New Sea Run Cutthroat Research

Anyone who’s followed Angler’s Tonic over the years knows that I appreciate sea run cutthroat trout and consider them to be an extremely overlooked fish. Just last year I caught some of the largest sea runs of my life, fish … Continue reading

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More Sea-Run Cutthroat

One of the Pacific Northwest’s best fish is the sea-run cutthroat, which can be caught in the saltwater and in freshwater streams and rivers. As you probably already know, this is one of my favorite fishes. They are aggressive and … Continue reading

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Tying Sea-Run Cutthroat Flies

You probably know by now that I’m a fan of sea-run cutthroat trout, which in my opinion are one of the best fishes you can go after with a fly rod whether casting in fresh or saltwater. They are eager … Continue reading

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Washington’s Sea Run Cutthroat Trout

Sea-Run Cutthroats in south Puget Sound I’m in Seattle on an extended holiday stay, waiting to catch a flight to Florida on Thursday. Last Saturday Dave McCoy, who runs Emerald Water Anglers in Seattle www.eneraldwateranglers.com, invited me to chase coastal … Continue reading

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