Named for the bright red-orange streak located on the inside fold of its mouth, the Cutthroat Trout is one of North America’s most celebrated sportfish.
Found in fresh, brackish, and salt water habitats, it exhibits an impressive range. Featuring a large conical head, the Cutthroat Trout has a wide mouth that contains well-developed teeth on both the upper and lower jaw. Weighing as much as forty pounds, these colorful fish can reach a length of up to thirty inches and are highly sought after by anglers throughout the American West.
This coin features a detailed depiction of a Cutthroat Trout on its obverse. Bordered by a classic wreath design, the reverse contains a space for engraving.
Minted in a brass alloy, this coin contains an antique bronze finish.
Each coin measures 1 7/8 inch (47mm) in diameter.
This is an NWTMINT surplus item. Packaging may vary.