How we catch them?
Life on the boat.
We navigate the choppy waters of Bristol Bay beginning in June, where we travel with the tides and harvest the salmon from the cool waters of the Egegik River.
Fishing on a small boat with
150 fathoms of gill net, we pull the nets in and hand-pick each salmon; placing them in chilled water until ready for filleting and packaging.
Life on a fishing boat is not a walk in the park. It’s tough, physically demanding work in harsh elements and tight living conditions. When the salmon are moving, we have to be too.
Wild Alaskan salmon grows naturally in pristine ocean waters. It is free of additives, antibiotics, pesticides, growth hormones, and chemicals.