One Very Good Fish Dealer

Ralph Atkins Jr. counts his very existence on the esteem America once held for fishermen. The military decided his father should fight World War II at home, armed with fishing nets in Mobile Bay. In the year of his birth, 1942, fish served the nation as a cheap source of protein during a time of…

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