How Fishermen Are Faring In Washington Months After Salmon Spill Last summer, more than 100,000 farmed Atlantic salmon spilled into Puget Sound, threatening the wild salmon population. NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with fisherman Riley Starks.
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How Fishermen Are Faring In Washington Months After Salmon Spill

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How Fishermen Are Faring In Washington Months After Salmon Spill

How Fishermen Are Faring In Washington Months After Salmon Spill

How Fishermen Are Faring In Washington Months After Salmon Spill

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Last summer, more than 100,000 farmed Atlantic salmon spilled into Puget Sound, threatening the wild salmon population. Local fishermen scrambled to catch them. NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with fisherman Riley Starks about what's happened since.