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Pyramid Lake on the in Nevada, a remnant of  what was the enormous Lake Lahontan of prehistoric times, once held Lahontan cutthroat that grew to enormous size.  The world record was a fish that weighed 41 pounds but there were rumors of fish that were as large as 100 pounds being caught in the commercial […]

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Almost extinct strain of Lahontan Cutthroat Trout rebounds to grow 20 pound lunkers-

This month Pyramid Lake was an undiscovered pool of beauty, at least to me and my spouse. We just spent three days at this amazing place. We finally saw the big Lahontan Cutthroat after a loud splash alerted us inside our truck […]

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