Local Trout - Limited Edition Prints

Cutthroat trout are native to western North America. The cutthroat species has evolved through geographic isolation into many subspecies, each native to a different major drainage basin. Native cutthroat species are found along the Pacific Northwest coast, in the Cascade Range, the Great Basin, and throughout the Rocky Mountains. Some coastal populations are anadromous, living primarily in the Pacific Ocean as adults and returning to fresh water from fall through early spring to feed on insects and spawn. Most populations, however, stay in freshwater throughout their lives and are known as non-migratory, stream-resident or riverine populations.

Each of Mr. Tomelleri's cutthroat illustrations is a limited edition piece, numbered and signed by the artist.
Kern River Rainbow Trout
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Resident Bull Trout
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Rio Grande Cutthroat
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