Utah Cutthroat Slam Funds 2 New Conservation Projects

Photo courtesy of the Utah DWR

In its first six years, the Utah Cutthroat Slam has raised over $68,000 for native cutthroat trout restoration, and two new conservation projects geared toward helping Utah’s cutthroat trout were recently announced.

Launched by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and Trout Unlimited in April 2016, the slam is a fishing challenge that requires participants to catch Utah’s four native cutthroat trout subspecies in their native ranges. The $20 registration fee goes toward conservation projects that benefit the native species.

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