I spent the afternoon chasing rainbow trout for the Alaska department of Fish and Game. This is how it works. This past summer my biologist friend Chris caught rainbow trout and performed a simple surgery and implanted transmitters into approx. 80 fish. Each fish has a unique code that is beeped through a frequency that is heard by antennas attached to the wings of my airplane. Chris has a special receiver that scans all the different frequencies while we fly up and down the streams where the fish were implanted to locate each fish. That is what I was doing today, and this is the photo of the sunset that I took while flying down the Big Susitna river with Sleeping Lady in the background. Two weeks ago when Chris and I flew this it was still flowing free and there was no snow. It is always surprising how fast the seasons change even if it is running a couple weeks late.