The Daily Catch

  • When Steve & I first went to Naknek, Alaska in 2001, the threat of the Pebble mine was not imminent like it is today. The mine wasn’t unheard of, but it wasn’t yet this familiar, looming fear. Five or six years later the threat became more talked about, more widespread,
  • With 2019 well underway, Pride of Bristol Bay is celebrating another successful year of business. From the very beginning, we’ve prioritized sustainably fishing for sockeye salmon in beautiful Bristol Bay, AK, along with serving a growing, loyal community. We’ve also maintained the highest standards for selling salmon and customer service. It
  • Pebble Mine
    We are currently in an public comment period, one of the few chances we all get to take direct action to protect Bristol Bay. As salmon fishermen and providers, we ask you to get on board with us and submit a comment BEFORE May 31st to the the Army Corps
  • With 2019 underway, Pride of Bristol Bay is celebrating another successful year of business. From the very beginning, we’ve prioritized sustainably fishing for sockeye salmon in beautiful Bristol Bay, AK, along with serving a growing, loyal community. We’ve also maintained the highest standards for selling salmon and other high-quality seafood.
  • Dear Pride of Bristol Bay customers, Likely you have noticed some changes in recent months with our fisherman-owned, Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon company. Via our National Home Delivery program, those of you who have ordered more than likely have noticed those shipments coming from Bloomsburg, PA. Pride of Bristol Bay
  • Bristol Bay
    By, John O’Connor with Gene Food In light of the very real concerns about the farming methods used to raise most of the “Atlantic Salmon” you find in the grocery stores (and on restaurant menus), how can consumers find salmon they can trust? I did a little research to come