Fisherman at the mouth of the Quinault River on the Coast of Washington.
Platform fisherman on the Klikitat River, a tributary on the Columbia River.
Direct Market Quality
We're able to provide direct market quality by working closely with over 100 fishermen from the Pacific Northwest tribes. Each fisherman brings his unique and traditional skills, handed down through generations. We highly value our working relationships with each and every one.
They're our greatest asset.
Norman Capoeman Jr.
A fisherman on the Quinault since the late 80’s, Junior fishes the number one fishing ground at the mouth of the Quinault. Junior is also a champion canoe racer.
Joe “Kokamo” Shell
A fisherman on the Quinault since the sixties, Kokamo is also a member of the Quinault River Fish and Game Committee that helps set fishing regulation seasons throughout the year on the Quinault River.
A longtime Quinault River fisherman, Ben fishes one of the most productive upriver grounds on the entire river.
Francis McCrory J.R.
A fisherman and grounds owner, Junior’s storytelling is as good as his fishing skills!
Humptulips River Fishermen
Archie is a Quinault tribal fisherman fishing on the Humptulips for twenty years. He is also a top guide for Steelhead on the Quinault River.
John and Bev Howard
John and Bev have been fishing on the Humptulips River since the Boldt Decision of the mid seventies. They are the parents of Archie Howard.
Robin has been fishing in the lower estuary of the Humptulips River, also know as “The Bay”, for thirty plus years.
Tom is one of the original Humptulips River fishermen fishing “The Slew” for thirty plus years.
Andrew has been fishing at the mouth of the Humptulips since the Boldt Decision. Andrew is brother to Tom and Robin.
One of the original Humptulips River fishermen, Jimmy Jones, is also a master fishing and bear hunting guide on the Quinault River.