Living on Highway 75, I see the chrome fish hatchery tanker trucks roll by every Spring
It goes on for quite a while. They go by in the morning, coming from the Hagerman fish hatchery down by Twin Falls. And a hundred miles later they pass by my place, headed for the Stanley fish hatchery on the headwaters of the Salmon River carrying many thousands of "smolts", or young salmon.
Now I contacted Idaho Fish and Game, trying to find out how many trucks have been dispatched each morning. Waiting hours along the road wondering if anymore trucks will be coming sucks, and there was always one more. I had hoped to capture the trucks being filled, and emptied at each location.
But the Fish and Game doesn't care , and never even replied after 2 emails.
So in the mean time i got some footage of the "High Rolling Fish" trucks.
It may be all the footage I get.
Pheromone patch day, a volunteer project with the US Forest Service, trying to save some of the older growth firs in the Sawtooth national forest. It's actually quite interesting if pine beetles interest you.