Dec. 15th, Donna Klemka, “I have only had those great big zeros up to this time, and the fish actually took me completely by surprise! I was watching a stretch of the creek about thirty feet from the estuary, in a section that snakes through grasses. A fish 6-8" long darted out from under some overhanging grasses, caught by the current for about 5 feet. Just as quickly as it appeared, it darted back upstream to the same spot it had come from.
This all happened so quickly that I was not able to organize my best powers of observation!!! What I remember is that it was a flash of a reddish, brownish, dark yellowish fish. After reading about possible fish, and consulting with our steward, I concluded it was a cutthroat. Great excitement for such a small fish!!”