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Lummi Island Wild at Seafest in Bellingham

It’s Seafeast this weekend at Bellingham’s Squalicum Harbor. What a great warm up for our big sale next Saturday 9/28. Ian spent some time walking around, visiting and getting selfies.     more »

Lummi Island Wild cordially invites you to our biggest seafood Sale of the year!

Saturday, September 28th from 10 – 4 Fill your freezer and eat healthy – Everything is just $10/lb until it sells out. The star of the show is our delicious Smoked salmon, sockeye, Coho, and King salmon boneless fillets. Vac-packed and ready to go into your freezer or right in the oven. Also more »

Largest Halibut of the Season Weighs in at 120 lbs

The Salish Sea halibut season opened about a month ago, and we have been working hard to bring in this season’s sustainable catch. Joe McDonald of the Swinomish Indian tribe caught an impressive 120-pounder, and we got it on camera to show that this is not a “fish story.” Sustainable more »

We want your recipes!

Do you have a favorite recipe that you use for your Lummi Island Wild seafood? Would you be willing to share it with us? We will try it out, and publish the best ones on our website. You’ll get all the glory and fame and a 10% discount on your more »

Fill Your Freezer Event 2019 – Biggest Sale of the Year

It’s 2019 – Are you ready to fill YOUR freezer? Our Annual Fill your Freezer Sale starts April 26 and goes through May 6. You have 10 days to get delicious sustainable seafood for $10 a pound. Orders of 10 pounds or more get free shipping. According to our customers, more »

Emergency Effort to Save Orca – Help Is Coming

Lummi Island Wild Co-op and the non-tribal reefnet fleet have volunteered to join the emergency effort to save the endangered orca that has been spotted in the Salish Sea. “Reefnet fishing has near zero by-catch mortality and is recognized as one of the most sustainable fisheries in the world,” said more »

How To Cook Live Dungeness Crab!

We’re selling live Dungeness crab for a limited time. You can check out the sales page here But in the mean time, do you know how to prepare and cook live crab? Our friends over at Epicurious had a great guide already, so we’ve included the text below: PREPARATION Dungeness more »

The First Annual Fill Your Freezer With Fish Event

We cordially invite you to our first annual fill your freezer party! On Saturday, February 24th, we’re throwing a party! We’ll be grilling spot prawns and king salmon and passing them out for free, and providing refreshments to wash them down! The real star of the show, though, is our more »

“Our Sound, Our Salmon” protest, organized by Wild Fish Conservancy

Call to ban fish farms grows   On Saturday September 16th, 2017 more than 25 fishing and pleasure boats—including our own Galactic Ice—joined more than 100 kayaks to circle a group of Cooke Aquaculture farmed Atlantic net pens located at the South end of Bainbridge Island. The flotilla, organized by Wild more »

Cypress Island Disaster Was Anticipated by Tribes, Local Fishermen

This is the Text of Resolution #02 – 78, adopted by the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians at their 2002 annual conference, which was held in Ocean Shores Washington. It outlines the position of the tribes regarding farmed fish and efforts to end the practice. There is lots of great more »

UPDATE – Cypress Island Farmed Fish Disaster

Atlantic Salmon in Washington State It’s been a little over a week since the Cypress Island farmed fish disaster, and it’s all hands on deck as cleanup efforts move forward. The headlines keep rolling in: Native anglers have caught 20,000 farmed Atlantic salmon in Puget Sound Scramble to remove Atlantic more »

Cypress Island Farmed Fish Disaster

Farmed Fish in Washington State Fish farms are a global controversy, yet here in Washington State, they are allowed. On Saturday, August 19th, a group of salmon pens run by Cooke Aquaculture located off of Cypress Island, near Anacortes, WA “imploded” and farmed fish are now freely swimming in the Salish more »

Patagonia Reps Meet With Tribal Elders To Discuss Ongoing Film-making

By Riley Starks, Marketing Manager, Lummi Island Wild  Before the Lummi Nation and Tribal Elders will allow Patagonia to film this latest chapter in their return to reefnetting, they want to be sure that the motivation of the film makers is sincere and unselfish. There is a long and documented more »

Getting Ready For Fishing Season

By Riley Starks, Marketing Manager, Lummi Island Wild All of the 9 reefnet gears in Legoe Bay are finally ready to fish. We used our tender, the Galactic Ice, to set two 3000 lb concrete anchors to replace some that had become useless due to corrosion and other factors. As more »

Baker River Sockeye

A Story Of Conservation Baker River Sockeye are some of the highest quality sockeye found anywhere in the world. They are the result of the Swinomish, Sauk-Suiattle, and Upper Skagit tribes working together with Puget Sound Energy to create one of the best success stories in our Salish Sea environment. more »

Congrats to Cara!

A long standing member of our reefnet crew, Cara Blake started fishing with us when she was just 13 years old. Now she’s off to college, but not before fishing the summer season with us. We’re expecting big things miss Cara Blake – Congrats! more »

Seven Salmon with Chef Blaine Wetzel of the Willows Inn

Explore the flavor profiles of Lummi Island Wild Salmon with award winning chef Blaine Wetzel of the Willows Inn. Tasting notes and side by side comparisons for seven distinct wild salmon from the Pacific Northwest. Join us on this tour de force of salmon samplings, discovering the secret to culinary success. more »