Sounds like a pretty nice time. One note: please don't pick at the sea lice, copepods, worms, etc., that you might observe on the sea-run coastal cutthroat trout. Doing so will interrupt the slime layer on the fish, and expose the fish to even greater infections or parasitic infestation. This slime layer is the first line of defense for this fish, against parasites, microbes, etc. The less handling we do of these fish the better.