How To Identify a Sea Run Cutthroat

Discussion in 'Saltwater' started by dryflylarry, Mar 6, 2012.

  1. dryflylarry "Chasing Riseforms"

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    It was a brutal day in the wind today, but us old retired guys scored. For those of you who have trouble identifying a sea run cutthroat, this is a nice 19" beauty my friend Mark nailed this afternoon between the surf and wind! View attachment 49078

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  2. miyawaki Active Member

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    Beautiful colors.

    Leland.
  3. sivart33 New Member

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    easy way to do it, look at the throat. but great fish
  4. James Harrington Member

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    Definitely a textbook specimen. Nice fish.
  5. Tool Fly Member

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    Gorgeous. Is that a Squimp he's choking on? Way to persevere through the wind--I totally pussed this weekend...
  6. Roger Stephens Active Member

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  7. Jonathan Walkenberg Member

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    not always a visible cut on fish in the salt. If thats what you rely upon, you will make mistakes.
  8. dryflylarry "Chasing Riseforms"

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    Yes. That was a Squimp!
  9. Jonathan Tachell Active Member

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    I can't pull up the picture but 19" is huge. Nice work especially sticking it out in the wind.
  10. Steve Knapp Beach Bum

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    Saw that picture yesterday Larry, great shot... not sure where it went. I'm hoping to creep your way tomorrow morning. Maybe I'll bump into you out there, I've got a wicked skunk going and I need to shake it.