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  • They’re on a collision course. In the late 1990s, Drew Hamilton followed an old-timer who lived on a homestead in Alaska’s Lake Clark National Park, on the Alaska Peninsula, to a sedge meadow loaded with brown bears. It was Hamilton’s first real introduction to the animal, and he watched in awe a...

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  • An article by thenation.com Alaska’s Bristol Bay is a rare pristine salmon fishery. Can it survive a rapidly changing climate—and a massive, Trump-backed mine? Coffee Point, Alaska—Anna Hoover and I ease up and down in limestone-colored water on a warm, windless afternoon in early July, our backs...

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  • 5 Main advantages of Flash Freezing?  1) Flash-freezing is an accelerated process in which fish are frozen very quickly within 25-35 hours after they're harvested. It uses ultra-low temperatures so that the fish are processed and frozen solid in a matter of hours, not days. 2) Flash-freezing ma...

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  • Traceability We collaborate with Leader Creek Fisheries, utilizing their coding, sorting and inventory technology and follow our wild salmon from the point of harvest to your door. Each 20 lb case of our wild, Bristol Bay Sockeye fillets or portions is marked with name of the Bristol Bay fishing ...

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  • There are many different types of salmon — specifically, five types of Pacific salmon and two types of Atlantic salmon. Atlantic salmon is typically farmed, while Pacific salmon species are primarily wild-caught. Wild-caught Pacific salmon are typically considered to be the healthiest salmon. At...

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  • At Pride of Bristol Bay, we are proud to offer a nourishing product in every sense of the word. The healthiness of wild salmon for humans seeking a delicious, sustainable protein, is undeniable. But what about for the fish? As Captain Steve Kurian points out, environmental conservation is economi...

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