Fraser River sockeye salmon contain more flavorful healthy fats and oils than any sockeye in the world!


What Sets Our Salmon Apart

The Fraser River has hundreds of tributaries where salmon spawn, some over a thousand miles from the Straits of Juan de Fuca, where the fish stop eating. It is a journey thru some of the most turbulent and difficult waters of any Alaskan, Canadian or Northwest river system. In comparison, the Copper River in Cordova Alaska is about 350 miles long. A salmon there needs only a third of the fat required by a Fraser River salmon. Nature prepares these amazing fish for a journey home that is second to none in requirements for stored energy. We harvest our Fraser River Salmon long before they enter the river. So they still have all of the stored energy in the form of fat and omega 3’s that give our fish a texture, flavor and the health benefits associated with salmon oil and omega 3’s that no other salmon can offer.’s the most eco-friendly way to fish. All by-catch is released by hand and it yields far superior tasting fish.
— Sunset Magazine

Salish Sea Halibut
from 89.00

Our Salish Sea Halibut was caught April 1st & 2nd 2016 and frozen fresh.

Alaskan Weathervane Scallops
from 165.00

These Alaska Weathervane Scallops are harvested, shucked, and frozen within a few short hours of landing on deck.