Bristol Bay Bulletin — Sockeye

Wild Caught Salmon vs. Farm Raised Salmon: Which is Better?

Wild Caught Salmon vs. Farm Raised Salmon: Which is Better?

What Do the Terms "Wild Salmon" and "Farmed Salmon" Mean?  As longtime seafood consumers know, not all salmon is created equal - and not all seafood is quality seafood. (To learn more about how to find quality seafood, read our last blog here.)  As you might have guessed, only wild salmon are caught in the pristine waters of oceans and rivers, depending on the region and time of year. In...
Sustainability Through the Fisherman's Eyes

Sustainability Through the Fisherman's Eyes

At Wild for Salmon, 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 economic, as well as passion driven. We are proud that our business has grown in such a way that we can now give...
A busy, successful season for the F/V Ava Jane! 

A busy, successful season for the F/V Ava Jane! 

“Patience is the word of the year.”  In case you didn’t get a chance to catch up with Steve and the F/V Ava Jane at this year’s Fishtival celebration or you’re one of our awesome online customers who couldn’t make the trip, we wanted to give you our Wild for Salmon take on the Bristol Bay season aboard our summer home, a 32’ gillnetter in Bristol Bay, Alaska.  The Kurian...
Pebble Update: Gear Up!

Pebble Update: Gear Up!

***This blog has been updated since its original publish date of 2/22/19 to reflect the opening of the comment period on 3/1/19 and again to include our Wildly Devoted Dinner Box on 3/15/19.*** Ready to submit your comment today? The public comment period to share that you are STILL opposed to Pebble Mine is now open. Please tell the agency reviewing Pebble’s most important permit to follow the science and stop...
Where have all our comments gone?

Where have all our comments gone?

 A Pebble Mine Update for Fall Last spring, like many of our fellow fishing and industry peers, we asked for your help in making our needs and concerns known regarding the Pebble Mine. Together, we sent thousands of comments to the Army Corps of Engineers -- 174,889 to be exact -- asking them to consider the many issues behind the Pebble Limited Partnership’s plan as they compile their Environmental Impact...