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There are several ways we carefully process fish oils to remove environmental contaminants. First, we use wild-caught Alaskan fish oil (which already has extremely low levels of pollution due to the isolation of the Bering Sea watershed). Second, we carefully molecularly distill the oils to remove PCBs, pesticides, and mercury. Third, all of our oil is slow filtered through activated charcoal to move other pollutants like furans, dioxins, and arsenic. Our products are virtually unmatched by any other fish oil ingredient in the world for purity.

No matter what month you visit, the fish are biting somewhere in Alaska

Our products are made from certified sustainable, concentrated Wild Alaskan Fish Oil, caught by American fishermen and concentrated by American workers at our family owned & operated plant in eastern Ohio.

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It takes knowledge, skills, and patience to catch salmon, halibut, and bottom fish in Alaska The Alaska Rafting Adventures float throughout the South West Alaska and in association with the Rainbow River Lodge. The focus here is Rainbow Trout fly fishing with the opportunity to fish for Sockeye Salmon too. The river is the Copper River, which rates class 2 for rafting. …

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Fishermen looking for an all inclusive luxury wilderness lodge can turn to Stonewood Lodge. The lodge offers over 10,000 square feet of space for living, relaxing and enjoying the ruggedness of the Alaskan bush. Expect a pleasant mix of rustic and luxury such as 24-hour electricity, thermostatically controlled ambient temperatures, and a fly-tying area. The lodge sits along the shores of Lake Clark in the Lake Clark National Park. This is part of the fabled …

What to pack for your Alaska Fishing Vacation:


NOAA Fisheries Auke Bay Laboratories and the Alaska Regional Office designed this web-based Atlas to provide information on the distribution, relative abundance, and habitat use of nearshore fishes in Alaska. Shallow, nearshore waters are some of the most productive habitats in Alaska and the most vulnerable to human disturbance. To date, using a beach seine as our sampling method, we have documented over 100 fish species in a variety of nearshore habitats in an effort to identify Essential Fish Habitat (EFH).It's here, in The Kenai that anglers come to when seeking Trophy-Class fishing for Salmon and Halibut. More King Salmon over 70 lbs. have been landed here than in all other parts of Alaska combined! Experienced, professional guides and World-Class Alaska Fishing that will literally "take your breath away" await you here.Contaminants are present in the environment and can impact wildlife and humans because of their toxic effects. Fish and shellfish are an integral part of Alaska's economy and culture. The State of Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation's Fish Monitoring Program characterizes and tracks contaminant levels in fish tissue from across the State. This program works to ensure these resources are safe and to provide relevant information to users to make informed decisions. Multiple species important to commercial, sport, and subsistence users are tested. The good news is that Alaska's fish are low in contaminants.When you fish with us, you decide each day what type of fishing and what species of fish you would like to catch during your Alaska Fishing Adventure. Our location, here at the middle of the peninsula, means you have the best accessibility to game fish waters in all directions.