Another Successful Season

Hello Everyone! It has once again been a bountiful season for the Reynolds family! The Bristol Bay Sockeye run once again broke record numbers with over 1.2 million up the Nushagak River, and 7.5 million up the Wood River as of July 21st when the counting towers shut down. The total catch of the season for the Nushagak district 24 million Sockeye. Currently our product is making its way from the shores of Ekuk beach to Seattle Washington in a freezer container. Stay tuned for our next blog where we discuss the benefits of knowing your fisherman and knowing where your fish come from. We will update our events calendar to reflect where we will be selling our fish once it arrives! 

It's fishing time!

Hello again, its that time of year again! The salmon are moving inland from the ocean and will soon make their way to the small creeks where they were born. The family is busy making preparations for the new season. Lots of new equipment like ropes and nets to enable us to bring you the freshest and best handled product possible! We look forward to seeing everyone again at the farmers market after the season! Let's pray for a bountiful and safe season for all the fishermen in the Alaskan waters! We will see everyone soon!

Until next time,

The Reynolds Family

February is National Heart Month

February in America is National Heart Month. A month where red is worn in support of a loved one fighting heart disease. Heart disease causes over 17 million deaths a year. Along with an active lifestyle, a healthy diet is key in lowering your risk of heart disease. High in omega-3s wild caught Alaskan salmon is a healthy heart safe food. Just one serving is enough to lower your LDL (bad) cholesterol and lower your risk of heart disease. Not only is salmon high in omega-3s it is high in vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin! If you live in the Pacific Northwest or other areas that do not recieve high amounts of sunshine, you are likely deficient in this vital nutrient. A tasty way to increase your vitamin D intake during the grey wintery months is a healthy meal of wild Alaskan Salmon!

Until next time,

The Reynolds family 


Hello and welcome to our new website. We are excited for the launch of this site and to spread our business further. We hope to teach our new customers all about our way of fishing and our product. We have information about our fishery and the benefits of eating wild salmon. 

Thank you for visiting and keep checking back for more updates!

The Reynolds Family