Jump Into Summer!

by Codi Franks posted April 12, 2017

Is it just us, or is May a busy month for everyone? It can be hard to find time to relax and unwind; but as we approach Memorial day weekend,  I am getting more and more excited about spending time with family and friends and relaxing and remembering. Memorial day is usually a big day [...] Read More

And The WINNER Is…

by Codi Franks posted March 7, 2017

For those of you who follow us on social media you may have heard about the contest we had at the beginning of February on Facebook. For those who are just now hearing about it; we had a contest that started on February 1st and ended on February 14th. The contest was to send us [...] Read More

Jumping On The Bandwagon

by Codi Franks posted December 29, 2016

I don’t know about you guys but without fail every year on the last week, I recap my year. What I did, what I hope to keep doing and what I hope to do differently or improve on in the upcoming new year. So unlike most who only have one New Years resolution, I tend [...] Read More

Is It That Time Of Year Again…Already?

by Codi Franks posted November 11, 2016

It seems like as soon as Halloween is over, we prepare for Thanksgiving and Christmas. This time of year happens to be one of my favorites, because what other time of the year can you completely gorge yourself on tons of great food and not be judged. What’s not to LOVE about it, you get [...] Read More

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by Josh Hermes posted May 20, 2016

I am moving to CA and was told at a recent farmers market in Nashville, TN that I can order online and you deliver to CA. Thank you!!! Best salmon I have had. Thanks k Karen – California Read More

Captain Tony Goes to Chattanooga

by Judi Knight posted May 6, 2016

What does Captain Tony do when the weather in Alaska is bitter and everyone up there is hibernating? Among many other things he works in a few visits to places where Wild Alaska Salmon and Seafood is sold. More and more Farmer’s Markets and buyers groups like the “Fish Parade” in Atlanta, come to depend [...] Read More

Feel-Good Salmon

by Wild Alaska posted January 11, 2016

If you follow Wild Alaska Salmon & Seafood Co. you probably already know the myriad of health benefits wild salmon has to offer. This super food, full of essential vitamins and nutrients, helps to improve overall cardiovascular health, vision health and helps to maintain optimal digestive health. But, did you know it also plays a significant [...] Read More

9th Annual Wild Alaska Salmon & Seafood Fish Parade

by Wild Alaska posted December 11, 2015

Captain Tony just wrapped up the 9th annual, Wild Alaska Salmon & Seafood Fish Parade in Atlanta this past weekend. The incredible turnout of people, newcomers and regulars, made this year another huge success! Much of the weekend was spent, toasting, sharing AMAZING food, swapping stories and especially laughs. Some enjoyed the festivities a little more than others…Oh [...] Read More

Hunting is a Way of Life in Alaska

by Wild Alaska posted September 19, 2015
Bird Hunting in Alaska

Captain Tony Wood was a long-time guide to the best resorts for hunting and fishing locations in Southwest Alaska.     Read More

Getting Around in Alaska

by Wild Alaska posted
Captain Tony and Heather in plane

Alaska is the state where planes are used most commonly as a mode of transportation. If you are making your living in places off the beaten track it could be the only mode of transportation. Read More

Captain Tony Out on the Water

by Wild Alaska posted
Captain Tony in Wild Alaska Salmon Boat

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It’s Not All Sunshine

by Wild Alaska posted

Alaska has some pretty great weather but sometimes it is just cold and grey, even in mid-summer during the fishing season up in Bristol Bay.   Read More

Pulling Pin Bones Out of Wild Sockeye Salmon

by Wild Alaska posted June 17, 2015

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Captain Tony Cleans and Prepares a Whole Sockeye Salmon to Cook

by Wild Alaska posted June 15, 2015
Cleaning a whole sockeye salmon

We recently stumbled upon this blast from the past to the time Captain Tony appeared on a local PBS station with his friend chef Lasse Sorensen of Tom’s Place in Carbondale. Tony shows us how to prepare and cut a Sockeye Salmon Fillet, and then prepares a quick recipe with asparagus and cherry tomatoes. This [...] Read More

It’s a Teddy Bear Picnic

by Wild Alaska posted

This is not a photoshopped picture. We were out and about and came upon all of these bears in the river catching themselves a tasty salmon  breakfast, lunch and dinner. This photo was not taken by our professional photographer. I just whipped out my phone and took the pic. All in a day’s work, here [...] Read More

Cold Alaskan Skies

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Cold Plane

  King Salmon Alaska is far far away from the nearest Alaskan City. We have to fly in when the salmon season opens in the Spring. It is a majestic but cold flight. Read More