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The water level in the ponds is up and the trout are loving the clear water! ... See MoreSee Less

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Love the photos! Thanks for visiting!

Did you know... this 1899 hatchery building was once filled with wooden troughs, incubating trout eggs, and running water. Today, the hatchery building houses exhibits chronicling the rich history of fisheries management. Visit our website for more information. www.dcboothfishhatchery.org ... See MoreSee Less

Did you know... this 1899 hatchery building was once filled with wooden troughs, incubating trout eggs, and running water. Today, the hatchery building houses exhibits chronicling the rich history of fisheries management. Visit our website for more information. www.dcboothfishhatchery.org

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As was the Snappers Club.

The hatchery building, now the Von Bayer Museum, completed in 1899, was built upon a foundation made of local stone. In the late 1930’s, Works Progress Administration (WPA) constructed a number of ponds, drainage channels, and retaining walls made of natural stone, many of which are visible today. 🐟 Our grounds and gift shop are open daily. We look forward to seeing you!🐟 ... See MoreSee Less

The hatchery building, now the Von Bayer Museum, completed in 1899, was built upon a foundation made of local stone. In the late 1930’s, Works Progress Administration (WPA) constructed a number of ponds, drainage channels, and retaining walls made of natural stone, many of which are visible today. 🐟 Our grounds and gift shop are open daily. We look forward to seeing you!🐟Image attachment

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My mother grew up in Spearfish, and her brother worked at the hatchery in the 1930s/40s. It’s always a favorite stop for our family when traveling west. Many wonderful memories have been made there, and I look forward to many more

Why is it now named Von Bayer Museum? Tell us the history about this designation please.

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Volunteers James and Jerrie have spent hours and hours in Ruby’s Garden! Thank you for your help and expertise in giving Ruby’s Garden some needed TLC. ... See MoreSee Less

Volunteers James and Jerrie have spent hours and hours in Ruby’s Garden!  Thank you for your help and expertise in giving Ruby’s Garden some needed TLC.