Seeking a trout-y timeout without a single reference to presidential apocalypse? Look no further. The Western Native Trout Initiative has been going to bat for native trout since inception, and in doing so has poured its stories into a frothy, seemingly bottomless interactive storymap now available for general consumption.
The narrative begins with the Yellowstone cutthroat’s survival against stacked odds in the headwaters of the Snake and Yellowstone rivers. Next up: interior redbands followed by words on Gila trout, Rio Grandes, coastal cutts, and a closing comeback tale about some badass, golden-hued Bonnevilles.
Pull up a comfy chair. Sink in.