Jeff "The Fish" Aaron is stepping away after many years as a sports talk radio personality for KRKO and moving to Arizona. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Jeff "The Fish" Aaron is stepping away after many years as a sports talk radio personality for KRKO and moving to Arizona. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Everett sports-talk radio personality reflects on his career

Jeff “The Fish” Aaron has left KRKO 1380 AM following the station’s shift from sports talk to music.

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