the alaska wild salmon company

We work with Juneau’s fishing families at Taku River Reds and Pelican’s fishing families at Yakobi Fisheries, to provide you with the best fresh salmon!

Who we are

We’re Mark Stopha and Sara Hannan from Juneau, Alaska. We have passed on our business selling salmon to Chris McDowell of Yakobi Fisheries in Juneau. Thanks to all our customers for your patronage over the years! We remain in Juneau. Sara is now a member of the House of Representatives for the state of Alaska legislature for part of the Juneau area. Mark commercially trolls for salmon a few trips a year, and volunteers for the USAID Farmer to Farmer program, working with fishermen in other countries on fish handling for quality and direct marketing their catch.

Learn how to cut salmon steaks from the master!

Good Salmon Pittsburgh

I'm Adrianne and I live with my family in Pittsburgh. I had the privilege of growing up on a farm in Michigan, selling fresh produce and flowers at the markets and now we're happy to be your source for high quality Alaskan salmon at the markets here in Pittsburgh.

get updates on our salmon!

Join our email list to know when and where we're selling salmon

Life in alaska and Beyond

Read about Mark's travels and life in Alaska

The End is Near

August 24, 2023

Jesse was in town for 3 days of fishing. A perfect trip length I think, although we can’t run down to Tenakee. Jesse was my last out of town guest for the summer.

We caught seven...

Tom and the Cheese 2023

August 19, 2023

Tom, and his 14 year old grandson Jasper, aka String Cheese, or “The Cheese” for short, arrived after midnight. Tom, his wife Sarah, and I have known each other since we arrived i...

Natural Disaster: Day 2

August 13, 2023

Tom and String Cheese (aka, The Cheese) get here early tomorrow and we’re off for a week of fishing. I’d taken out what I thought were all the blueberries and made them in...

Blueberry day

August 11, 2023

Time to clear out the freezer of blueberries today with a heavy rain and a blow coming. Rain starting now, and the blow added in tomorrow and Sunday.

I made 4 pies and 33 half p...