In this episode of the Tenkara Cast, Daniel sits down with Mark Cole to discuss the native trout of Colorado and Mark’s pursuit of catching and documenting each of Colorado’s native trout with his wife Judy.
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Cover image by Justin Hamblin
Bestgen, K. R., K. B. Rogers, and R. Granger. 2013. Phenotype predicts genotype for lineages of native cutthroat trout in the Southern Rocky Mountains. Final Report to U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Colorado Field Office, Denver Federal Center (MS 65412), Denver, CO. Larval Fish Laboratory Contribution 177. 99 p., Available at: http://cpw.state.co.us/learn/Pages/ResearchCutthroatTrout.aspx
Metcalf, J. L., V. L. Pritchard, S. M. Silvestri, J. B. Jenkins, J. S. Wood, D. E. Cowley, R. P. Evans, D. K. Shiozawa, and A. P. Martin, 2007, Across the great divide: genetic forensics reveals misidentification of endangered cutthroat trout populations, Molecular Ecology 16:4445-4454.
Metcalf, J. L., S. L. Stowell, C. M. Kennedy, K. B. Rogers, D. McDonald, J. Epp, K. Keepers, A. Cooper, J. J. Austin, and A. P. Martin, 2012, Historical stocking data and 19th century DNA reveal human-induced changes to native diversity and distribution of cutthroat trout, Molecular Ecology 21:5194-5207. Article available at: http://www.cfc.umt.edu/cesu/Reports/NPS/CU/2009/09_11Martin_ROMO_trout%20genetics_frpt.pdf
Supporting info available at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/mec.12028/suppinfo