A 31″ Cutthroat trout sets a record in Bear Lake
BEAR LAKE, Utah. — The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources recently announced that angler Travis Hobbs caught a 31-inch cutthroat trout and set a new catch-and-release record. So this cutty is still out there. Bear Lake also holds two more fish records for Bonneville whitefish. In 2009, Scott Tolentino caught and released a 23.25-inch whitefish. And in 2018, Nathan VanderLinden caught and kept a 4 lbs. 8.96 oz. whitefish. Learn more about record fish caught in Utah.
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FISH RECORD ALERT: We have a new catch-and-release Bear Lake cutthroat trout record! Travis Hobbs caught this 31-incher…
Posted by Utah Division of Wildlife Resources on Monday, April 12, 2021