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  • When Jerry Jacques was 17, he ran away from California and hitchhiked to Alaska. He had heard stories of his great-grandfather and grandfather prospecting, trapping and living in the far north and intended to follow in their footsteps. He spent the summer in Talkeetna guiding raft trips but, that...

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  • Salmon is sometimes called a super-food because of how much benefit consuming it has for your overall health. But what are the specific benefits of eating salmon over all the other sources of protein that are available? Here are the 6 health benefits of salmon for your brain, your heart and your ...

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  • We take pride in following our wild salmon from the point of harvest to your door. To do so, we collaborate with Leader Creek Fisheries, utilizing their coding, sorting, and inventory technology. Each 10lb or 20lb case of wild, Bristol Bay Sockeye fillets or portions are marked with the name of o...

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  • In 2002, when Steve Kurian graduated from college in Pennsylvania, he moved west to Idaho to take a job in forest management. There, Steve rented an apartment from an old, crusty commercial Alaska fisherman who told stories of an ocean chocked-full of salmon, sea monsters and a real-son-of-a-buzz...

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  • The short answer: keep on cooking! Wild sockeye salmon tail pieces are full of the same delicious flavor and nutrients that are present in the rest of the fish. We understand that a tail piece may be smaller or a more tapered cut than a different portion of our Bristol Bay sockeye. Let us explain...

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  • At Pride of Bristol Bay, all of our wild Bristol Bay sockeye salmon, both fillets and portions, are sold with the skin-on. There are a few reasons for this, but the most important one for new customers to understand is that wild salmon skin is delicious! There is a flavor-filled layer of fat betw...

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