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Salmon Etc. offers you wild seafood products from the icy North Pacific and kitchen items with that unique Alaskan touch. Browse our online store or visit our shop in Ketchikan, Alaska, the Salmon Capital of the World!
Salmon Etc. offers great goods from the Great Land. We proudly feature Silver Lining Seafoods sourced from Ketchikan, Alaska such as smoken salmon fillets, fresh-frozen seafood and canned seafoods.
Silver Lining is famous for consistent high quality in hand-processed seafoods. Other seafood specialties and kitchen items are from the best producers in Alaska.
We stake our reputation on everything we offer in our store and online. We price our products to make Alaska's best goods an excellent value. Case discounts on many items bring you even better bargains.
It's easy to ship Alaskan products to home, family and friends! Every order to your home, business or gift recipients is handled promptly and is fully guaranteed.
When it comes to seafood, I want to know what I am putting in my body and where this food came from. When I go into a restaurant and ask where their seafood has come from, most can not respond with confidence. I want to know that this is naturally wild sustainable seafood. Good seafood starts on the boat, trust our fishermen; they know where our food comes from. We believe in what we are doing, we put love into our seafood as soon as it is brought to the deck. Traceability is key, we can tell you who has touched your seafood, when it was caught and how we processed. Our love and care will be sent to you in every package, that is our promise.
My Salmon, Desserts & Friends cookbook contains more than 50 salmon recipes – for fresh, canned and smoked salmon – along with tips on selecting and preparing salmon, and lists of must-have galley ingredients and tools. You’ll also learn about catching methods and sustainability and why friends don’t let friends eat farmed salmon.
I hope what you’ll gain from my cookbooks and website is not only a great collection of recipes but also a glimpse into the world of salmon fishing and the majesty of Alaska, as seen through the lens of Ole’s camera.
The Dwyer family has strong ties to Ketchikan and Alaska. Jenny Gore Dwyer was born and raised in Ketchikan. She can trace her family roots back to captain John Gore who sailed with Captain Cook as they tried to discover the "infamous" Northwest Passage. Jenny met her husband Pat on board a fishing vessel in Ketchikan in the mid 1980's and together they started their fishing business, St. George Marine Inc.
Sean and the Brenna A are now featured on the Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch.
Dwyer's Crab and Fish Company Restaurant Specializes in Alaskan King Crab, Alaskan Fish and Chips, Crab Bisque, Alaskan Oysters and Cold Alaskan Beer on Tap.
Friday, Saturday: 10am–10pm
Family Air in Ketchikan, Alaska
offers some of the most spectacular flightseeing tours, guided fishing tours, U.S. Forest Service cabin transportation, and bear watching in Southeast Alaska, including:
Forest Service Cabin Drop-off
This seems to be the image that most people remember Ray Troll for. It's been the most popular T-shirt and poster for over a decade and would probably make a nice epitaph for my tombstone. It sums up the two great urges in life quite nicely: Eros and Thanatos; Love and Death. What else is there? They connect us to all our vertebrate cousins and by extension to all the spineless wonders as well. The shirt shows up in movies and TV shows every now and then, inevitably worn by a bad guy- and it's usually one of the classic black-and-white shirts we first produced. I've spotted it on disaffected teenagers in Newsweek magazine and on the occasional rock star in Rolling Stone. One of my proudest moments was seeing a member of Metallica wearing one in a Hit Parader magazine spread.
Welcome to Crazy Wolf Studio. We are located in Ketchikan, Alaska. Specializing in Authentic Northwest Coast design Native Art.
Crazy Wolf Studio is owned and operated by Ken and Monica, Ken is a Tsimshian Artist from Ketchikan Alaska. You can check out our Art Gallery page to see some of the different kinds of work done by Ken.
Check out "Crazy Wolf Studio" for a variety of different things that we have in our store, which is located in downtown Ketchikan at 633 Mission Street. We carry a viriety of work done by many different local artist. And artwork and silver jewlery from as far north as Barrow and as far south as the Queen Charlette Islands in British Colombia.
Eagleview Hostel is a small hostel offering short term accommodations
for travelers in Ketchikan, Alaska
a rustic home-type setting and one of only two hostels in the pricey
Ketchikan lodging market, you will find Eagleview is your most pleasant
bargain for your stay on our island
Bunks start at $28.50 a night
Deciding where to go can be one of the biggest challenges of planning a trip to Alaska. With the tallest mountains, the largest area of national parklands, the highest concentration of glaciers, and the longest stretch of coastline in the United States, Alaska is amazingly different. It is a place of magnificence, and you can see more by taking the ferry. The following pages have been designed to help you decide where you want to go and what you want to do. You will find valuable information about special points of interest and the many activities to choose from as you prepare for your unforgettable experience.