Bristol Siren Salmon Co. Announces Early Bird Sale
June 21-July 23, 2013
$10/pd Pre-season Sale Price
$12.99/pd Regular Pricing after July 23
If you place your order online now at www.bristolsiren.com, you’ll get a pre-season price of $10/pd for our family’s sustainable, Wild Caught Alaskan Salmon. When we get back to Walla Walla with our catch in late July, we will return to regular market-value pricing.
Where do I pick it up?
We will have several pickup times/locations in Walla Walla as soon as possible at the beginning of August. Make sure you fill in your email or phone number so I can make sure you get your fish and it stays frozen!
What if I’m not in Walla Walla?
We will be shipping out of town orders in August. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with details. Make sure to still order now with the early bird pricing, but understand that upon shipping there will be an additional shipping fee of at least $85 based on your location for UPS or FedEx Overnight Shipping.
Why is it frozen? Isn’t fresh fish on ice better?
Fish frozen is actually better quality. Also, it allows you flexibility in when you prepare it. (Hint: Most of the fish you see on ice in the supermarket has actually been frozen and thawed already. Always make sure to check the salmon you are buying is WILD!)
About Bristol Siren Salmon Co.
Bristol Siren Salmon Co. was founded by Heather DeBolt, who grew up in Walla Walla in the winter and at her family’s fish camp in South Naknek, Alaska in the summers. Her family moved to Alaska in 1929 to make a living off the land during the Depression. She’s been commercial fishing the last great sustainable salmon run since she was six years old as part of their ongoing tradition. This is her first year offering her family’s fillets to the public, though people have been asking for years after tasting their homepacked salmon. She can’t count how many times people have said, “I didn’t know salmon tasted like this. This is the best salmon I’ve ever had!” Bristol Siren Salmon Co. is local, sustainable, 100% wild, and as close to the family home table as you can get without coming up to Bristol Bay and fishing yourself.