Cutthroat Competition: Wyoming’s Wild and Native Trout

The second film in the series on Wyoming cutthroat trout from Matthew Dickerson, directed by Middlebury College student Yuki Hu. “Cutthroat Competition: The Past and Future of Wyoming’s Native Trout” features some beautiful footage from the Bridger-Teton National Forest and the Shoshone National Forest including Popo Agie Wilderness in the Wind River Range.

It tells the story of how cutthroat trout arrived in Wyoming, and their struggle to survive despite habitat loss and human-introduced invasive species.

Thanks to the Wind River Visitor Council ( , the U.S.Forest Service offices for the Shoshone National Forest and Bridger-Teton National Forest, and Allen’s Diamond 4 Ranch (