How To Identify a Sea Run Cutthroat

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

  1. dryflylarry

    dryflylarry "Chasing Riseforms"

    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

    miyawaki Active Member

    Beautiful colors.

  3. sivart33

    sivart33 New Member

    easy way to do it, look at the throat. but great fish
  4. Definitely a textbook specimen. Nice fish.
  5. Tool Fly

    Tool Fly Member

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

    Roger Stephens Active Member

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

    dryflylarry "Chasing Riseforms"

    Yes. That was a Squimp!
  9. Jonathan Tachell

    Jonathan Tachell Active Member

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

    Steve Knapp Beach Bum

    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.