Fishing the sea-run cutthroat throughout its entire Pacific coast range is a task that would require a lifetime of angling with no assurance of getting the job done. It may be difficult to understand how a trout homing along the best two thousand miles of the splendid Pacific drainage and blessed with strong, often spectacular fighting qualities, can often be regarded with indifference by the angling majority. Nowhere else in the world would a trout - a sea trout at that -quick to a bait or lure and a poetic riser to the dry fly be considered a secondary game fish. This is the plight of the fiesty and beautiful se-run cutthroat trout of the Pacific Coast.
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