• Salmon Fishing
    Did you know that the Bristol Bay watershed supports the largest sockeye salmon fishery in the world? It’s located in southwestern Alaska and has six major river basins. The two largest are the Nushagak River—also known as ‘Nush’—and the Kvichak River. Together, they compose about 50% of the total watershed
  • Bristol Bay
    I’m sure you’ve heard about the incredible fishing season we’re having in Bristol Bay this year. We’re on track to harvest a record number of salmon returning to this pristine region as they have for generations. Simply put, Bristol Bay, Alaska is home to one of the last great salmon
  • King Salmon Alaska
    June 12, 2017 Charlies Boat Yard King Salmon, Alaska Every year, two migrations take place in Bristol Bay. During the first migration, thousands of skippers, crewmen, and cannery workers make their way to two locations in Alaska: King Salmon and Dillingham. A few weeks later, they prepare for the second
  • Pebble Mine
    Good Morning Bristol Bay Wild Salmon Lovers, It is going to a beautiful day in Bristol Bay. As we prepare our boats and nets for the 2017 harvest that will soon bring rich, red sockeye fillets to your table, there is a CRISIS looming. For the past decade our friends
  • Based in Anchorage, Alaska, the Pebble Limited Partnership (PLP) is wholly owned by Northern Dynasty. Photo credit (Northern Dynasty Mineral Ltd.) Shares in Vancouver-based Northern Dynasty Minerals, a recent investor darling, plunged as much as 40 per cent Tuesday after a short-seller’s report said its copper-gold project is “worthless.” It had
  • Our sockeye salmon come to you straight from Bristol Bay. Spectacular, vast, and thriving, Bristol Bay is home to thousands of fishermen, six major river systems, and millions of salmon. The connection between salmon, the land, and the people runs deep in Bristol Bay, Alaska. The Alaska Native people of