Photos: Discovering Utah Through the Cutthroat Slam

Written by: Aaron Smith

The Colorado River cutthroat trout is one of the four subspieces that make up the Utah Slam.
Photos by Aaron Smith

I first heard about the Utah Cutthroat Slam—which requires anglers to catch all four of Utah’s native cutthroat trout subspecies in their historic range—just days after it had been introduced. The . . .

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Photos: The End of a Long Wyoming Winter

Written by: Bob Reece, Reece’s Thin Air Angler

Ice-out means that fish become more active and start feeding in earnest after a long winter.
Photos by Bob Reece

On the wall above my son’s bed sits a torch. Battery operated, this mass-produced element of the Minecraft game glows soothing green when bedtime rolls around. This past week, the glow . . .

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Utah’s New Cutthroat Slam Program is a Blast!

The Utah Cutthroat Slam requires anglers to catch all four species native to the Beehive State.
Photos by Phil Monahan

Having grown up in New England, I did not lay eyes on a cutthroat trout until I was twenty-eight years old. During a week of training to be a fly-fishing guide in Montana’s Paradise Valley, I . . .

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Photo of the Day: Practice-Session Rainbow Trout

Written by: Dave Danley, Falcon’s Ledge

Lance Egan had to work against a serious wind but still managed to land this beautiful rainbow.
Photo courtesy Falcon’s Ledge

Our friend Lance Egan was out last week on a windy, stormy day, and his decision to brave the weather paid off when he landed this monster rainbow. As a member of the Fly Fishing. . .

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Latest Issue of The New Fly Fisher Online Now

The latest issue of The New Fly Fisher, from the folks who make the Canadian TV show of the same name, if chock-full of great stuff. From great how-to articles about fishing still waters to cool fly patterns to great photography and. . .

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