COLORADO GREENBACK CUTTHROAT TROUT: A FISHERMAN'S GUIDE by Jim Rubingh & Richard Fritz
Once thought to be extinct, Colorado's famed greenback cutthroat trout is in the process of making a remarkable comeback. There are now over 50 waters along the Colorado Front Range where fishermen can experience the thrill of catching this beautiful fish. Colorado Greenback Cutthroat Trout: A Fisherman's Guide will tell you about the biology, history and the amazing recovery of the greenback, along with information on where and how to catch this unique and colorful fish.
The survival of the greenback cutthroat now hinges on the combined efforts of state and federal agencies, conservation and fishing organizations, and the volunteer work of numerous fishermen and citizens. This book is dedicated to these individuals and organizations and the premise the wild native trout such as the greenback are worth all of the conservation efforts. This is what makes fly-fishing a sport that has no rival.
6 x 9, 132 pages, all-color