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The New York Times.
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources said that last week it used planes to stock fish in about 200 lakes that are inaccessible by vehicle. The division said it has aerial-stocked fish since the 1950s and that they have a high survival rate.
A widely shared video shows fish bursting out of a small plane, highlighting a method the state has used for more than a half-century to restock lakes.