We are a small family fishing business committed to making wild and sustainable seafood more accessible, all while honoring Bristol Bay, Alaska and supporting the community in the process. To give back to the community, we donate 1% of our net profits to the Food Bank of Alaska. Additionally, we treat the salmon with the utmost care and respect from the moment it is caught until it is delivered to our customer's doorstep. Our sockeye salmon remains in our custody from catch to final delivery, ensuring its premium quality. We use environmentally responsible shipping materials and seek to reduce our carbon footprint wherever possible. When it comes to the seafood products that we carry but do not catch, we only source certified sustainable seafood products from independent fisherman that share our values. It is our mission to make seafood more readily available to all through affordable pricing and doorstep shipping, while respecting and honoring Bristol Bay, Alaska and the community in the process.
Wild Bay Seafood Company
About Wild Bay Seafood Company
Wild Bay Seafood Company traces its origins back to 1997, the year we purchased the fishing vessel, “Maggie Lynn” named after our only daughter – Maggie. Located in Gig Harbor, Washington, we are a small family fishing operation with only our son and daughter on deck. Every summer we fish commercially for wild sockeye salmon in Bristol Bay, Alaska, and in the fall and winter months we direct market our catch along with other sustainably sourced, wild seafood options. We began selling only to local restaurants and specialty grocers, but now that same high quality fish is available to you.
Bristol Bay is the world’s largest sockeye salmon fishery, responsibly managed by the state of Alaska to maintain sustainability. No other fishery matches the standard of sustainability set by Bristol Bay. All of the seafood that we offer is wild and sustainable, so you can take care of your health while benefitting the health of the planet.
Seafood OfferedBlack cod, Halibut, Pacific cod, Salmon
Number of Fishermen Sourced From
Years in Business
What are the Local Catch core values?
The value statements outlined below aim to create a higher level of accountability and trust, both internally within the network and externally to the public, in order to advance the movement of Community Supported Fisheries (CSF) and like-minded community-based seafood operations.
- Community-Based Fisheries
- Fair Access
- Fair Price
- Eating with the Ecosystem
- Traceable and Simple Supply Chains
- Catch and Handle with Honor
- Community and Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management
- Honoring the Ocean
- Creativity and Collaboration