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Old 05-18-2010, 07:08 PM
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Originally Posted by PeteCz View Post
You're way more than halfway there on the Cutts. Wikipedia lists 13 major subspecies (although it also claims that there are between 10 and 14...).

I'm 5 behind...I've only caught the three in Colorado (Greenback, Colorado and San Juan).

I need to figure out how to start chasing more of them...feisty, beautiful and not real bright...
I'm sure you meant Rio Grande.

Of the 13 sub-species, one is declared extinct and one other is considered extinct. One of my fellow "native" guys caught what is thought to be the extinct Alvord but has yet to be confirmed (by Behnke).

I plan to add the paiute and Humboldt later this summer.

If yo want to catch a few more, do the Wyoming Cuttslam. It's a great program and the certificate it top notch! They are all easy day trips from Yellowstone.

Chris
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