Fly Fishing for Cutthroat Trout

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Flies to fly fish for Cutthroat Trout

Oncorhynchus clarkii

Cutthroat trout, distinguished by the red slash marks on the lower jaw, are predominantly found in the cold, clear, freshwater bodies of the Western United States.

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Here is a list of flies that you can use to fly fish for Cutthroat Trout. You can click on each fly to view more details about how they're tied and what insects or other animals they mimick. Note that we might not have all of them in our database, do send us an email if you feel there is an important fly missing.

Alexandra

Ant

Black Gnat

Bloodworm

Blue Damsel

Blue Winged Olive

Brassie

Brown Drake Nymph

Bumblebee

Butcher

Buzzer

Caddis Fly

Caddis Poopah

Carnage Attractor

CDC

Chernobyl Ant

Clod Hopper

Copper John

Crackleback

Czech Nymph

Czechmate

Daddy Long Legs

Damsel Nymph

Diawl Bach

Elk Hair Caddis

Foam Beetle

Frenchie

Glo Bug

Grannom Emerger

Grasshopper

Grey Wulf

Griffith's Gnat

Hare's Ear Nymph

Hellgrammite

Humpy

Humungus

Inch Worm

Invicta

Klinkhammer

Lady Bug

Lefty's Deceiver

Maggot

Magnus

March Brown

May Fly

Mickey Finn

Montana Nymph

Muddler Minnow

Palomino Midge

Parachute Adams

Peeping Caddis

Pheasant Tail Nymph

Primetime Pupa

Prince Nymph

Red Tag

Rock Worm

Royal Coachman

RS2

Salmon Egg

San Juan Worm

Sedge

Sedge Goddard

Shrimp Pattern

Shuttercock

Sparkle Dun

Sparkle Pupa

Spider Pattern

Squirminator

Stimulator

Stone Fly

The Turd

Woolly Bugger

X-Caddis

Zebra Midge

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