While fishing on Pyramid Lake, Nevada, USA, Peter Binaski caught a 4.87 kg - 10 lb 12 oz cutthroat trout whit guide Rob Anderson (http://pyramidlakeflyfishing.com/guideservice)
Adam Garcia while casting a black marabou jig in Nevada’s Pyramid Lake landed a massive 9.66 kg -21 lb 5 oz
Louis J. Varela caught and released this impressive 82 cm cutthroat trout while fishing the famed Pyramid Lake.
Cutthroat trout are the most widely distributed of all the western USA trouts of North America prooven by the many names that refer to rivers, states, or drainages where unique forms occur. This fish is an anadromous -sea run- forms and normally do not exist more than 800 miles (150 km.) inland.
These trouts are known from the "Eel River", California north to Prince William Sound, to all Alaska. Inland non anadromous forms occur from southern Alberta, Canada to as far south as New Mexico, as far east as Colorado and most of Montana and west as far as Alberta and eastern California.
|MAX SIZE:||50 lb / 24 kg|
|MAX LENGHT:||60 inch / 150 cm|