Pure. Fresh. Wild.

Published June 1st, 2018 by Prince William Sound

Prince Wiliam Sound in Alaska

The world’s richest waters produce the best salmon in the world.

The taste of untouched beauty.

Prince William Sound is like no other place on earth. Surrounded by spectacular glaciers and mountains, and shielded from the open ocean by barrier islands, this unspoiled sound on Alaska’s southcentral coast is home to a vast variety of wildlife. Salmon thrive in these cold, pristine waters. To preserve the sound’s rich biodiversity, our fishery upholds the highest standards of quality and sustainability, treating each fish with the utmost care.

Pure. Fresh. Wild.

Wild Alaskan salmon’s rich flavor, silken flesh, and vibrant color comes from the untouched Alaskan waters they thrive in. Naturally high in omega-3 fatty acids, wild salmon is known for its incredible health benefits and taste. Best of all, our salmon are harvested sustainably and processed in small batches, so you know you are doing good while getting the best.

Minimal Handling. Maximum Quality.

We are committed to preserving the rich, natural legacy of Prince William Sound, handling every salmon we harvest with care, employing artisan-harvesting practices honed over generations. We are independent small business owners. We fish on one and two man boats to catch salmon using traditional gillnets. Each catch is handled minimally, delivered quickly, and inspected individually to guarantee excellence. We want your salmon to taste as fresh as if you were on the boat with us.

A tradition of conservation.

We are equally committed to fishing responsibly, and are dedicated to preserving our livelihood for generations to come. We listen to fisheries biologists and adhere to government regulations limiting the number of fish we harvest each season. I guess you can say, we give up short-term gain for long-term sustainability – a practice our parents and grandparents taught us and we gladly pass on and teach today – for our future. We are more than fishermen, we are conservationists.

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