Sustainable Wild-Caught Alaskan Sockeye Salmon
Who We Are
We are Alaska fishermen; small family businesses carrying out a proud tradition in one of our nation’s most pristine and remote regions. Drawn to the national treasure that is Bristol Bay, we are privileged to harvest our share of the greatest wild, sustainable sockeye salmon resource in the world.
A unique relationship between our fishermen and Bristol Bay’s most innovative seafood processing company ensures our customers the highest possible quality, and transforms our catch into the vibrant, rich, red fillets and portions that we deliver direct to you. We are extremely proud of our product and look forward to sharing it with you.
Why Our Wild Sockeye Salmon?
Our wild Bristol Bay sockeye salmon are harvested by a select group of fishermen whose strict fishing and handling practices guarantee you an unprecedented level of quality. We know you are going to love our fish.
Every salmon we catch is bled immediately after being removed from our nets, then submerged in 33 degree circulating seawater. This guarantees unblemished, rich-tasting, firm flesh – wild salmon at its absolute best! Filleted, flash-frozen and vacuum-sealed, our fish will amaze your family and friends for months.
The People of Bristol Bay
Woven into the landscape and culture of Bristol Bay is the principle of true sustainability. Two hundred generations have made their home in Bristol Bay, and embraced this splendid wild salmon resource as an essential element of daily life.
The Nushagak and Kvichak River drainages comprise a pristine environment that is the most ideal wild salmon habitat on earth. Inhabiting this watershed, the Yupik and Dena’ina people are two of the last intact salmon-based cultures in the world. Salmon are central to the entire way of life here, both as food and as the foundation of language, spirituality and social structure. In the Bristol Bay region, salmon constitute more than 50% of all subsistence harvest, which provides 80% of the protein source for those living in the region.
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