Photo of the week is brought to you by the St. Joe River and it's fine westslope cutthroat trout. This really neat angle Michael took of a cutthroat I think is a great example of how fish can blend into their surroundings. With the mix of light colored rocks found on the St. Joe, the native cutthroat's colors are a perfect match. Many of the North Idaho streams like the Joe run gin-clear yet, the trout can still be extremely hard to spot at at times when looking into a pool or run. When fishing water like this, just because you can't see them... doesn't mean they can't see you. Approach the water with a little stealth and you can up your odds of landing more or bigger fish.