After meeting in Juneau in 2015, Joe Emerson, Marie Rose, and Keith Heller started Shoreline Wild Salmon to bridge the connection between Alaskan fishermen and consumers of Alaskan salmon. Alaska's fisheries are managed for protection against overfishing, habitat damage, and pollution.
Shoreline Wild Salmon is caught by hook and line in the icey waters off the Southeast coast of Alaska and the business is based in the small town of Pelican. The sustainable fishing techniques used by Shorline Wild Salmon, mean that your fish are caught and handled individually with the utmost of care. Each fish is cleaned and iced immediately to provide the highest quality.
Rose, originally from Michigan, wanted to improve the availability of wild salmon back home. Her parents, Mark and Susan, help provide Shoreline Wild Salmon to local farmers markets throughout the year. Michigan Farm to Family is happy to bring this healthy, sustainable seafood to our customers as well.Shop Now !