I was doing a bit of reading on searun cutthroat trout this morning and came across this statement; "The Sea-Run Cuttthroat is known for its aggressive behavior towards a properly presented fly." This caused me to consider what is a properly presented fly for cutthroat? I have tossed flies upstream, downstream, swung 'em, dead drifted 'em, fished dries, wet, you name it and caught cutts on every one. Even hooked up a few times with a fly an inch or two in the water dangling from my rod while I searched my fly box for a different pattern. Is that even a presentation? So what is a properly presented fly?