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Summer, Salmon, and Fishing the Prince William Sound

[]Josh Saul is a crime reporter for the New York Post. He's from Alaska, and he spent a summer in the early aughts there fishing for dog salmon on the Prince William Sound. I met him at a diner on the edge of Chinatown to talk with him about that experience over coffee and hash. Read the story over at, the online version of a men's magazine that ran from 1937 to 1974 that bestselling Times author and New York Magazine editor Geoff Gray has brought back to life. [TRUE]

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