Fish does not get fresher than this!
Shipping is available to any point in the United States (and points beyond when we can). We'd love to be able to ship to you Internationally, but the shipping companies can't keep our fish as fresh as the Pacific Ocean can. See for yourself when you visit our store in Gold Beach Oregon and experience the freshness for yourself.
2014 Commercial Salmon Season. Season opened April 1st. Fresh salmon is now available. Whole salmon now $10.00 lb with custom cutting available at additional charge.Please call for details.
- We Now Offer Fresh NOVA LOX made from our Troll caught Chinook Salmon with our in-house cold smoke process. $30.50 lb Please call us for your inquiries
- Sable Fish Nova Lox new item now available $28.95 lb Please call for inquiries or to order.
- Oregon Pink Shrimp Season opened April 1st
- New Babies Born in or rescued to our saltwater aquarium
Click here to see the video of the baby Skates
Click here to see the video of the baby Octopus
- Dungeness Crab season is open and shipping is available
- Albacore Tuna 2013 Season is over , we have a good stock of frozen loins available.
- Rock fish season is open and fishing is good.Fresh is usually available, but if not we have frozen fillets in our freezer case
- Lingcod season opened May 1st 2014 - Fresh now available
- Halibut season commercial opener will be June 25th 2014, Frozen fillets are available now
- Smoked Salmon and Tuna are available year round.
- Canned products and gift baskets are available on-line thru our Pay Pal shopping cart or just a phone call away 1-888-523-9494
|LOOKING FOR A GIFT?
WE HAVE QUALITY GIFT ASSORTMENTS!
|WILD CHINOOK SALMON
IS BACK! SEASON OPENED APRIL 1ST 2014
The 2014 Troll Commercial Wild Chinook Salmon Season opened April 1st. We have our " Freshly Frozen" salmon available in our freezers. We would like to thank everyone who loves to eat Salmon for their patience in previous years of closure. Fishermen Direct encourages all people who love to eat Wild Chinook Salmon to get involved with your local watershed council.