A fish sails through the air toward Jaison Scott, left, Ryan Reese, Samuel Samson and Anders Miller, the new owners of Pike Place Fish Market, on Wednesday. Reese caught the salmon. (Alan Berner / The Seattle Times)
A fish sails through the air toward Jaison Scott, left, Ryan Reese, Samuel Samson and Anders Miller, the new owners of Pike Place Fish Market, on Wednesday. Reese caught the salmon. (Alan Berner / The Seattle Times)
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‘It’s surreal’: Seattle’s Pike Place Fish Market sold to fish-throwing employees

The technique of flinging fish from the display cases of the nearly 90-year-old Pike Place Fish Market to the scales hasn't changed for Anders Miller, Samuel Samson, Jaison Scott and Ryan Reese — who together have worked at the Seattle landmark for decades — but now they're the owners and not just the hired hands.  WATCH

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