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PhD student Betsy Riley has published a column in the American Fisheries Society online news section about the intersection of fisheries, fishing and politics. She writes:

"Early one summer morning, I found myself sitting in a boat on the Columbia River with Bill Taylor and Jim Martin, watching the sunrise and waiting for the salmon to bite. It may have been inevitable, in that little boat,Jim Martin and Betsy Riley that sooner or later we’d start talking politics, so it didn’t surprise me when the topic came up. What surprised me was their advice..."

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