Bristol Bay Bulletin — environment

Let's talk gratitude!

Let's talk gratitude!

This Bristol Bay Bulletin is all about gratitude. Steve & I started Wild for Salmon to provide natural, sustainably harvested salmon products of superior quality, priced for the common good. You may have heard us say before, “We offer wild, Alaskan sockeye salmon because we believe the health benefits received from wild salmon are an essential part of our mind and body health.”   It's still true. For more on...
Wild for Salmon donates to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation!

Wild for Salmon donates to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation!

As we celebrate Earth Day, Wild for Salmon considers its relationship with its own local watershed in central Pennsylvania and with Bristol Bay, which provides for our family and our business. Please join us today in celebrating both bays with a Wild for Salmon purchase that donates back to the Chesapeake Bay and a comment that supports the protection of Bristol Bay, Alaska. As is evidenced by the amazing and...
What we learned (& ate) at the Pacific Marine Expo.

Wild for Salmon’s Takeaways from the 2017 Pacific Marine Expo

This a busy time of year for all of us, but Steve was able to sneak away to attend Pacific Marine Expo in Seattle, joining Elma in the northwest and hundreds of others at various industry and seafood related panels, talks, booths, and meals in Pioneer Square, Seattle. The event is the largest marine tradeshow on the West Coast, and this year we have a couple important takeaways. We love...
Learning from Catawissa Creek

Learning from Catawissa Creek

Spending time in the Pennsylvanian outdoors is a fond childhood memory of Steve’s, and we’re confident this is the same for many of you. We know we have fishermen among our readership; where are your first fishing memories? Steve’s are with his father as a kid, at Beaver Creek, right below his house. That bit was fishable and a huge part of his childhood adventures, but it flows into the...
The boys are back in town!

The boys are back in town!

The boys are back in town! The last full weekend in July brought the crew home from Bristol Bay via Seattle--where Elma (me, the “fishpatcher” of this bulletin and marketing help on the west coast) finally had the chance to meet Steve in person! Before talking business with our friend, Mark Titus of The Breach and soon to be The Wild films, we had the chance to talk fishing, swap...