The Daily Catch

  • For Immediate Release Bristol Bay, Alaska fisherman delivers wild Alaska salmon direct to consumers through new national online program KETCHUM, IDAHO – Located in the remote southwest corner of Alaska, Bristol Bay is home to the world’s largest wild sockeye salmon fishery. In recent years, Bristol Bay has gained international
  • In its efforts to connect sustainable producers and processors with consumers, wholesalers and retailers, the Local Food Alliance has shared the following interview with Matt Luck, Founder of Pride of Bristol Bay, prideofbristolbay.com, purveyor of sustainable salmon and seafood shares from Bristol Bay, Alaska. Luck is committed to sustainable fishing
  • The proposed Pebble Mine was Exhibit A at a hearing in the U.S. House this morning. The EPA took steps to block the Southwest Alaska mine even though Pebble Partnership hasn’t applied for permits yet. The Republican-led hearing was supposed to be a critical look at environmental regulation, but the
  • Alaska’s Bristol Bay is 3,614 miles from Burlington as the crow flies, and a world away in terms of its remote landscape of swirling gray water and snow-capped peaks. But it’s a place a growing number of Vermonters are getting to know, thanks to fisherman Matt Luck’s business selling wild-caught
  • All salmon is not created equal. Alaska’s Bristol Bay is home to the world’s largest wild, sustainable sockeye salmon run—in basketball terms, it’s like the recruiting classes from Duke, North Carolina, Kansas, and Kentucky all in one place. In 2015, over 50 million wild sockeye returned to the five fishing
  • Bristol Bay, Alaska watershed benefits from Pride of Bristol Bay partnership. ANCHORAGE, AK – Today, Pride of Bristol Bay will begin accepting online reservations for its Buying Club, delivering sustainable Bristol Bay sockeye direct to consumers and chefs in communities across the country including Hailey, Ketchum and Boise, Idaho; Jackson,