The Cuttcatch Project is part of an effort by the IFFF to express the value of species diversity in fisheries. The project is designed to help flyfishers appreciate diversity of native species in general and, in this particular case, value the many subspecies of cutthroat trout. Learning to value these cutthroat in their native range is a critical first step for their recovery.
To accomplish the task, the Cuttcatch Project encourages the flyfisher to collect memories of the different species caught and released. Those IFFF members who successfully catch four subspecies of cutthroat trout will receive a patch, pin and certificate in recognition of their accomplishment.
Patrick M. Rowland
Robert C. Marsett
Fred M. Wammock
Brent C. McKell
When four different subspecies of cutthroat are caught, send your documentation, photographs and $8.00 to cover the cost of the patch and mailing to:
Please contact 406-222-9369 X0 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.