Many of you have thanked me for sharing the information about the cutthroat trout recovery in Yellowstone Lake, in Yellowstone National Park. I appreciate your kind words. The week, allow me to explain just what the cutthroat eat in Yellowstone Lake, and then I’ll suggest several spots (from the shore) for you to target and hopefully connect with some of these delightful fish.
Yellowstone cutthroat are known to eat aquatic insects, minnows (sculpin, sucker, whitefish) and leeches. But, since we can only catch and release these fish, figuring out what’s in their stomachs is a bit challenging. Yes, I know fly anglers “pump” trout stomachs to find out what they are eating but I do something different.
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