Assistant manager Carl Rathje wataches an intern from Morrisville state, Chris Perrah, 22 as he uses a tube to transport the fry to a container on a boat. The boat is then driven to the middle of the lake where they restock the fry into Oneida Lake.

A couple days old walleye fry sit in the tank waiting to be either raised as stock, released into Oneida Lake, or transported to surrounding warters at the Oneida fish hatchery in Constantia.

Rickey Bryant, who has been working 26 years at the Walleye hatchery on Oneida Lake and intern, Chris Perrah, 22, from Morrisville State ride out on the boat to the middle of the lake where they restocked the fry into Oneida Lake.

Chris Perrah, 22 a renewable resources intern from Morrisville State takes pictures of the pipe that transport the fry from the container holding the fry into the middle of Oneida Lake.

Rickey Bryant, who has been working 26 years at the Walleye hatchery on Oneida Lake watches intern, Chris Perrah, 22, from Morrisville State pour water into the container the fry are in so that they are flushed out into the middle of Oneida Lake.