Farmed Fish, Food Fish; Wild Fish, Few Fish

National Public Radio: On a rainy morning in New York City's Jamaica Bay, fishing boat captain Vinnie Calabro reflects on his game. "Striped bass are a hearty, vibrant fish that can endure a lot of crap," he says. "They're pretty much a mirror of our society." You figure if they can make it here -- right next to New York's Kennedy International Airport -- they can probably make it anywhere. But writer Paul Greenberg, who has joined Calabro on this pre-drawn fishing trip, isn't so sure. He's ......

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