If you can't swim, then hitch ride. Because of California's lingering drought, millions of young Chinook salmon this spring might be migrating to the ocean on the freeway instead of the Sacramento River.
State and federal wildlife officials say they have a plan to move hatchery-raised salmon by tanker trucks should the river and its tributaries get too low for the fish down stream.
They're keeping an eye on conditions and plan to truck the salmon, barring heavy rains, in April and May.
See the contingency plans here: