There's a particular stream I like to fish every year on the westside of the Cascades. The fish are all beautiful, and usually small. Beautifully proportioned fat little rainbows is what I usually find there. Every now and then, I'll catch a westslope cutthroat in there and although they're not large either, they usually end up being the biggest fish of the day. I surmise they make their way downstream from some high lake way up in the watershed that was planted with them sometime in the past. I drove up there yesterday and caught 'bows, but didn't find any of the elusive westlope cutthroats. Maybe when the flows drop I'll find one or two. It's still high with runoff. I find westslopes on the westside to be a rarity. Is this the case for the rest of you?