On May 31st, we began our third season of monitoring Cutthroat on Bee Creek. Site one was quite active, much like last year and we were happy to see the trout back in the creek. With sizes ranging from 90 to 110 mm, it looks like last years trout were still close to the creek mouth.
Further upstream a few similarly sized trout were observed and recorded. A total of eight trout is a quiet start to the season. June will likely see an increase in activity in the creek
Rod is pictured here by the stone bridge which which crosses the creek and will be widened this year.