Catching & Releasing Utah Cutbow at Panguitch Lake
A very successful day fishing trip to Panguitch Lake with My Honey aka Michael! It was 42 degrees when we arrived and thankfully, I triple layered to stay warm until the temperatures rose.
This is a beautiful fish! A lot of color means it’s native to Panguitch Lake and wasn’t planted by a hatchery. Another cool thing to know is, this is a cutbow, a mix between a rainbow and a cutthroat trout!
A cutbow has the spots and coloration on the body and the red-orange color slash on the near-bottom of the gill covers and jaws but the white tipped fins determine it is a hybrid. White tipped fins are very prominent in trout.
During the summer months, you may find us with poles in-hand, baiting hooks, casting lines on any given weekend, catching rainbows, cutthroat and tiger trout and cutbow.
We'll see you at Panguitch Lake, where the fish are running scared and getting schooled!
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