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Why buy

Wild Alaskan Seafood?

Wild Alaskan.

Alaskan seafood is all caught wild, in the cold pristine waters of our 34,000-mile coastline! The state of Alaska recognizes the dangers fish farming poses to wild fish stocks and does not allow finfish farming in Alaska. Alaskan seafood is seafood at its all-natural best. Our fish mature at a natural pace, swimming freely in cold waters, and eating a natural diet of marine organisms. There is no substitute for wild Alaskan seafood. Check out these other benefits below. 

Wild Alaskan Benefits


The excellent flavor and texture of Alaskan seafood is recognized around the world. Our fish get their flavor and flesh color from their natural diet of marine organisms: for salmon, this includes krill and tiny crustaceans. Salmon migrate thousands of miles over the course of their lifetime. So much exercise in our cold water gives the flesh a beautiful firm texture. Each of the five species of salmon- pink, keta, sockeye, silver, and king- has its own unique characteristics of color and flavor.


Seafood is an important key to healthy eating. A wonderful source of Omega-3! People who eat fish and shellfish regularly are healthier than those who don’t. Eating seafood discourages the development of chronic health problems that impair health as we age. Eating seafood often may delay some conditions, or make them less likely and less severe.


Some health conditions positively affected by regular seafood consumption:

  • Vision

  • Type 2 Diabetes

  • Inflammatory Conditions

  • Mental Function


Alaska's seafood species are a part of healthy, intact ecosystems, and the fisheries are managed for sustainability. Ever since statehood in 1959, Alaska's fisheries have been managed with the long-term health of the stocks as a top priority. This is mandated by the Constitution of the State of Alaska. Alaska is the only state in the nation whose constitution mandates that all fish, including salmon, be developed, utilized, and maintained on the sustained yield principle. Alaska's healthy marine environment and sustainable fisheries management are a model for the world.

Clean Water

Alaska is thousands of miles away from large sources of pollution that can contaminate our food sources. These distances, along with the earth's natural patterns of circulation of water and air, help to ensure that Alaska's pristine cold waters are among the cleanest in the world. Alaska's marine habitats are extremely clean, and Alaska's seafood is pure and remarkably free of contamination by pesticides, petroleum derivatives, PCB's, metals, and bacteria.

U.S. Jobs

Eating Alaskan seafood is healthy for both you and our nation's economy. Alaska is by far the largest source of domestic seafood, with a harvest larger than every other state combined. Each year residents of every U.S. state travel north, joining +27,000 Alaskans to catch and process the +5 billion pound harvest. Many jobs are held by families (such as ours) who fish aboard small vessels.


Trolling is friendly to the environment and sea life and does not disturb the ocean floor or surrounding habitats.  

The Alaskan troll fleet is comprised of small and family-owned vessels.  Many, such as ours, are family-operated, with children growing up in the lifestyle.  Our boat is our home for much of the year. Fishing is not a job, but a way of life passed on from one generation to the next. We take pride in producing a beautiful and tasty product, and in placing quality above quantity.  

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