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Fishing in America: Cooking Up a Tale

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Fishing in America: Cooking Up a Tale

Fishing in America: Cooking Up a Tale

Fishing in America: Cooking Up a Tale

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Everyone who's ever rigged a line seems to have a few fish stories (or dozens). In the last installment of Morning Edition's summer series on fishing in America, NPR's Elizabeth Arnold strings together the best of the accounts for one colossal fish tale.

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