Wild Salmon Share

Stock your freezer with perfectly portioned, flash frozen wild Alaska salmon. Your fish is carefully harvested by the two of us onboard our small boat. Now shipping out our frozen fish boxes far and wide across the country. Shipping from Cordova, Alaska straight to your kitchen, arriving in an insulated recyclable box. We’re stoked to be shipping fish that we caught this summer to you through the winter.

On Deck

Our catch of wild Alaska seafood ships directly from Cordova, Alaska to your front door.  

On Deck

Our collection of tinned fish features seafood from the wild waters of Alaska and traditionally hand packed in tins.

Tinned Fish

Our collection of tinned fish features wild salmon sustainably harvested from the wild waters of Alaska onboard our boat and carefully hand packed in tins. 

Savor the taste of summer with our tinned fish. Trustworthy & traceable. Caught & canned in Alaska.

Pantry + Goods

A few of our favorite things for cooking outside and feeding your friends. 

Pantry + Goods

Our collection of tinned fish features seafood from the wild waters of Alaska and traditionally hand packed in tins.

Commercial Fishing

Alaska’s cold, pristine waters provide us with a livelihood and a way of life. As commercial fishermen, we love nothing more than sharing wild, healthy salmon with our customers. We harvest salmon from the Copper River watershed using an environmentally-conscious fishing technique called gillnetting. This involves laying a shallow net wall in the water along the fish’s path. Once the fish swim into the mesh, we pull the net onto our boat, The Heron, where we carefully remove the fish, one by one. The fish are then bled and placed in ice water to ensure peak freshness.


Alaska has always been committed to the scientific, sustainable management of its fisheries. During the summer season, fishery managers closely watch the salmon swim up the river to their headwaters where they spawn. If the number of fish doesn't meet the requirement for a healthy population, the fleet of fishermen stay in the harbor and refrain from fishing. Our livelihood as commercial fishermen depends on the salmon that we don’t catch in our net just as much as the ones that we do. We take care of our wild salmon fishery so that it continues to thrive for years and years to come.

The Copper River Watershed

Protecting and advocating for the wild Watershed where our fish return is important to us. We're proud to partner with the Copper River Watershed Project by giving back 1 % of our annual sales to further habitat preservation and education. The Copper River Watershed Project works to foster the health of the Copper River watershed's salmon-based cultures, communities, and economies. Learn more about the Copper River Watershed Project.

Prince William Sound Stewardship

Our fishing district spans to the waters west of Cordova, where wild salmon swim in glacial fjords and around the islands of Prince William Sound. Surrounded by the massive mountains of the Chugach range, this coastline is incredibly beautiful and a wild place to call home. This year, we’re excited to sign on with the Prince William Sound Stewardship Foundation and donate 1% to supporting their good work keeping PWS healthy, clean, and wild. PWSSF is dedicated to maintaining and enhancing the wilderness of the Sound through beach clean ups, site restoration, and educational programs. Taking care of wild places and being committed to stewardship of Alaska’s rich, vital coastline is so important to us and to our lives as fishermen. Read more about the: Prince William Sound Stewardship Foundation.

We honor and acknowledge the homeland of the Eyak, Alutiiq, and Sugpiaq People. Through generations, their stewardship of the lands and waters have protected and preserved this beautiful wild place on the coast of Alaska.

We are committed to be stewards of this wild place and to respectfully live on their land. We believe in partnering with organizations that support this mission and work together towards healthy wild places. Through the good work of the Copper River Watershed Project and Net Your Problem, the old web cut out of our nets is recycled. The salmon nets we use are made from nylon, which can be repurposed and upcycled to create fiber and nylon products. Our worn out bibs and jackets get sent off to Rugged Seas, a Maine based company that upcycles used fishing gear.

We strive to continue to find new ways to recycle materials and utilize sustainable packaging. We've recently focused on transitioning to recyclable packaging for our frozen fish shares.