Several members of the Fluvial Remote Sensing research team completed a successful, high-intensity session on the Snake River the week of June 14, 2015. Brandon Overstreet, Toby Stegman, Ryan Richardson, and Dr. Legleiter worked well together and collected a massive amount of field data during a short amount of time - that's our style! Ryan in particular proved to be a natural in piloting our specially equipped research cataraft for the first time. Our primary objective on this trip was to collect data on reflectance, depth, suspended sediment concentration, and inherent optical properties where the clear-flowing Snake River is joined by its more turbid tributaries, Pacific Creek and Buffalo Fork. We also made measurements of flow velocity in our two primary study reaches, Swallow and Rusty Bends, at a much higher discharge than in previous years. Stay tuned for further results from this study.