In a letter to the fleet today, our Executive Director, Becky Martello, announced her resignation.
To the fleet,
As most of you know, Bristol Bay has always been very special to me – the place, the fishery and the people. Which is why it has been my great honor and privilege to serve you over these last 2 years...
The BBRSDA has partnered with Marine Refrigeration Solutions to offer free one-on-one RSW consultations to our members in 2018. Doug and Mendi will work with you to ensure that you are getting the right type/size unit for your needs and provide you with customized installation drawings and a plumbing list specific to YOUR boat.Read More
Andy Wink of The McDowell Group presented the 2017 Sockeye Market Analysis at the BBRSDA Membership Meeting at the Pacific Marine Expo. 2017 saw a preliminary ex-vessel value of Bristol Bay Sockeye at $210 million! Demand for Bristol Bay Sockeye continues to grow with favorable frozen H&G prices and an increased demand for fresh H&G product.Read More
It's that time of year again and our annual Bristol Bay Fishermen's Reception is right around the corner! We'll be serving up 2 of our signature sockeye recipes, appetizers and drinks. Please join us as we celebrate the fishery and you, our fishermen!
Friday, 11/17, 6-9pm at The Piranha Shop - 1022 1st Ave. S, Seattle
Invites: Get them at our booth - #4114 in the Alaska Hall!
If you’re a member, you may have received a postcard in the mail recently, announcing all the events taking place the week of Pacific Marine Expo in Seattle, WA. But in case you didn’t see it, here’s what you missed (along with some extra detail):Read More
The Bristol Bay Media Library is open! The library houses BBRSDA digital assets including logos, area maps, food photography and fishery photos for use by our direct marketers and retail partners.
Direct marketers and retail partners can register for access to download assets (free of charge) for use on websites, social media, promotional materials and more.
BBRSDA has partnered with Alaska Marine Lines to offer a discount on vessel transportation to Seattle for the purposes of refrigeration work. If you're installing RSW, or upgrading your vessel's current RSW system, you are eligible for a special reduced rate for barging your vessel round-trip from either Naknek or Dillingham to Seattle. Call AML directly to set up your reservation and mention the BBRSDA Fishermen's Boat Repair Program.Read More
Thanks to all our participants! We've received some great shots these past few weeks; here are the winners:
The BBRSDA will hold its annual pre-season member meeting on June 10, 2017 in Dillingham, Alaska at the Dillingham Elementary School Gym at 12:00 pm. The member meeting will be followed by a meeting of the Board of Directors in the Elementary School Library at 3:00 pm. Agendas for the meetings can be found here. Past meeting agendas and minutes can be found on our Board Meetings page.
The BBRSDA is looking to harness the creative power of our Bristol Bay fleet. Throughout the 2017 season, we will be collecting digital photos from Bay fishermen that depict the unique story of Bristol Bay; Wild Taste, Amazing Place.Read More
AMSEA will be holding a Fishing Vessel Drill Conductor Training Course at SAVEC in King Salmon, AK on June 7th and 8th, 2017. The course is FREE to all commercial fishermen and meets USCG requirements for drill conductors on commercial vessels. Space is limited, so sign up now! Register at www.amsea.org or call 907-747-3287. Click here for more information.Read More
Fritz Johnson was elected to Seat C - Alaska Resident. Johnson will serve a 3 year term ending 2020. Larry Christensen was elected to Seat F - Open Residency. Christensen will serve a 3 year term ending 2020.Read More
2016 was a banner year! From the second largest run in the last 20 years, the Bristol Bay fleet chilled 68% of the total catch, supporting increased H&G Fresh and Fillet production.
Learn more about the deliveries, products, and trends from the 2016 BBRSDA Processor Survey available on our Project Reports page here.Read More