The million dollar question right there. I would love to see a move away from stocking rainbows in so many places and other non native species and see more cutts stocked. I am by no means an expert on this, but why aren't there more cutts stocked?chuckmiester said:i have a small stream i love to catch them in. they are pretty little things. i think the real problem is the stocking of too many bear lake cutts IMO. from where i catch them they would easily survive in uinta and boulder mountain streams. they also live in lakes so i wonder why they are not more heavily stocked. i wonder if they are hard to raise in hatcheries.
I didn't know the name of it but I've fished it, caught NOTHING, emailed the DWR and heard nothing back for months... even after several emails and so I assumed there was nothing in there. Sure looks fishy... maybe now I'll have another reason to give it a shot.LOAH said:Wow, not many people know the name of Soldier Creek in Spanish Fork Canyon. If that's what swims in there, I guess I have caught some Bonneville cutts then. Pretty little fish.
I figured the Bonneville cutts came from Little Dell. Good to know, thanks.