In some ways that's what the Cutthroats
are all about--watching these young kids reach for the golden ring.
In the spring, grizzlies emerge from hibernation and fatten themselves on cutthroats
spawning in the tributaries of Yellowstone Lake.
Dustin Goodenough scored twice for the Cutthroats
, including the go-ahead goal 15:46 into the third period, as Queen City qualified for the Silver Cup championship of Junior B hockey.
It might be better to put the browns and cutthroats
back if you catch them in Crowley this year.
For a little-known team in a competitive sports market, it was a confusing line that failed to get across a basic idea: The Cutthroats
are a hockey team.
The advantage of sterile fish is that they won't cross breed with the cutthroats
and can spend all their energy getting bigger instead of reproducing.
To avoid capturing cutthroat
trout, the park uses nets with holes large enough for most cutthroats
to swim through unharmed.
The Generals and Cutthroats
open the best-of-five Cascade Cup championship finals tonight at the Lane Ice Center at 7:35.
Beginning in 1988, the cutthroats
from By-Day Creek were introduced into Slinkard Creek and eventually into three other waters in their native range, Mill Creek, Silver Creek and Wolf Creek.
This year, the DFG stocked 1,000 sub-catchable cutthroats
instead of fingerlings.
When Dre left, Suge's job became keeping these cutthroats
and stumblebums where he could see them.
In 1990, the DFG removed non-native trout from the headwaters of the Upper Truckee and restocked it with pure Lahontan cutthroats
Now the sport-fishing for cutthroats
is in jeopardy.
The Middle Fork offers outstanding dry fly fishing for native cutthroat
When the once-renowned Blackfoot River trout fishery of Montana hit rock-bottom in the late 1980's, biologists believed, or at least hoped, that native bull and westslope cutthroat
trout (Salvelinus confluentus and Salmo clarki, respectively) could be the river's salvation.