Good evening! Hope this finds you well and enjoying the warmer days. Eric and I have been loving an earlier start to summer activities with some warm days spent getting our running legs under us. We also just ditched the recent snow storm for a quick trip to the Florida Keys. More of that story below.
It’s that time of year again and we’ve been busily prepping for our next round of spring seafood deliveries. Thanks to my husband I have had a little more help in the techy matters of running a website and with each season we are becoming more efficient. Thanks for your feedback and patience in growing with us in this small family enterprise.
I have some exciting new things in store this season. One being our colors! Thanks to our very talented web guru, Troy, we have a new and improved logo and color scheme. I decided the orange bronco theme had to go. Ha, who knew. And soon we will be simplifying our name to just SierraSeafood.Co. You like? Wait till you see the graphics on the fish trailer!
Ready for King salmon? It’s been too long since we last served you our Alaska King salmon and I am excited to say it’s back, and even better than before. So fresh you’d think you’re eating it on the boat.
Also in stock, we have fresh, once frozen, Halibut portions, Rockfish, Blackcod, and our latest and rare treasure, troll caught Sockeye salmon. Because these items are in such high demand I was only able to secure a small amount for our Colorado communities so if you want in on this catch, please order soon. We hope to have our scallops back come Fall!
SPRING DELIVERIES JUNE 2-5
To better help us serve you please have your order made with in the next couple weeks. This way we can more efficiently plan our delivery route and secure your catch of wild caught seafood. We do our best to deliver to every customer throughout Colorado and look forward to serving you this spring.
Cheers to your health and many omega 3’s!
SERVING: Denver (Aurora & Wheatridge), Evergreen, Silverthorne, Frisco, Breckenridge, Salida, Buena Vista, Leadville, Vail, Glenwood Springs, Grand Junction, Crested Butte, Gunnison, Howard, Pagosa Springs, Colorado Springs, Telluride.
IN ALASKA, IT’S THE LAW
Sustainable fishing has been the law since 1959 when Alaska became the only state with sustainability written into its constitution. Article VIII institutes the practice of “Sustained Yield”
“Fish, forests, wildlife, grasslands, and all other replenishable resources belonging to the State shall be utilized, developed, and maintained on the sustained yield principle, subject to preferences among beneficial uses.”
It’d be a dream to see the world by boat. Eric and I just completed an intensive sailing certification course in the Florida keys. It’s a little different from running a commercial power boat but feels sort of like cross training. We’ll see where the seas take us next…