Named official state fish of Wyoming in 1987
The Cutthroat (Oncorhynchus clarki) deserves to be state fish, as it is the only trout that is native (indigenous) to Wyoming. It has a distinctive crimson slash on either side of the throat, below the lower jaw. Most cutthroat are not found in their original range due to competition from the non-natives, over-fishing, and habitat loss.
Wyoming has 4 subspecies of Cutthroat includiing the Colorado River, Bonneville (Bear River), the Snake River and Yellowstone.
Rep your favorite Wyoming trout with one of our trout pattern bracelets that mimic the unique colors and spots of each species. Comes with a small silver or brass (gold colored) charm on the back with a hand-illustrated and stamped dry fly or trout. Wear alone or stack them up!
– 100% Waterproof
– Brass (gold colored) or Silver Plated charm on back
– Adjustable From 2-5 Inches in Diameter
– Final Sale – No Returns or Exchanges
**NOTE: Over time of consistent wearing and washing the colors will fade some but these bracelets are very durable and can be worn consistently!
We also carry: Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout, Brook Trout and Golden Trout bracelets!