DeWitt Clinton "D.C" Booth stopped by the fish hatchery today, exactly 125 years after its establishment date. DeWitt Clinton Booth, portrayed by Max Merchen, reminisced about being the hatchery's first superintendent, serving at the Spearfish Fish Cultural Station (as it was then called) until he retired in 1933. Mr. Booth also took time to chat with and congratulate the current hatchery superintendent, Carlos Martinez, on a job well done. ... See MoreSee Less
Great representation of the first superintendent!
He was great!
So cool- great day for DC Booth Hatchery!
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Event tomorrow afternoon in Spearfish will look at the history of the D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery and Archives (which was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1978) --Join us to meet and hear Dewitt Clinton, D.C. Booth at the hatchery on Friday, June 11. ... See MoreSee Less
125 years after our establishment we are still raising and stocking fish! These trout were loaded up and shipped out bright and early yesterday with loading help from our summer volunteers.￼ ... See MoreSee Less
So cool! What a great team effort!