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Re: Wild Sockeye Salmon, $1.09 per 100g

I was offered wild salmon for my sashimi the other day...upon inquiry, I was told it was wild sockeye... :wallbash:

Also saw this related item today...the sockeye market can't be all that good...

 

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Re: Wild Sockeye Salmon, $1.09 per 100g

i've seen signs for wild sockeye scattered all over #10 in cloverdale
 

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Re: Wild Sockeye Salmon, $1.09 per 100g

Well for a 10 lb fish that's close to 50 buck$...... :eek:..........Cheap?..........?????
Founder's Reserve.......................52 buck$ way better deal!!!
;D....Ortho 8)
 

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The pick Berg posted tells ya all you need to know about where the fish really get mopped up.

Jimmy P and his guys are filling boats.
Heard he got his hands deep in the farms too.

Wonder how much he's putting into conservation considering his committment to eradicating WILD salmon.

I,d rather buy sox from the FN personally.
 

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Re: Wild Sockeye Salmon, $1.09 per 100g

fishortho said:
Well for a 10 lb fish that's close to 50 buck$...... :eek:..........Cheap?..........?????
Founder's Reserve.......................52 buck$ way better deal!!!
;D....Ortho 8)
So save the sockeye, drink Founder's...... :confused: :thumbup: :drunk:

:cheers:...Marko
 

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Re: Wild Sockeye Salmon, $1.09 per 100g

fishortho said:
Well for a 10 lb fish that's close to 50 buck$...... :eek:..........Cheap?..........?????
Founder's Reserve.......................52 buck$ way better deal!!!
;D....Ortho 8)
Mmmmm Founder's :cheers: Money talks fellas. $50 bucks per fish is crazy.

Finder ;)
 

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Yes but think about it. Fifty bucks a fish is probably a bargain when you consider all your expenses involved in catching them.
Seriously, I know you cant think like that but sportfishing does contribute lots of dollars to the economy.
 

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barkleyjames said:
Yes but think about it. Fifty bucks a fish is probably a bargain when you consider all your expenses involved in catching them.
Seriously, I know you cant think like that but sportfishing does contribute lots of dollars to the economy.
Way more than fifty dollors a fish!!! :peace:
 

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Boy, Rick hit the nail........LARGE!......My first steelhead on the fly is going to come in around 100-150.00$$/lb. easily...........All those motels and all those good dinners & scenery over at Earls..........oh yeah.........at least One Large, for sure.........Ortho 8)
 

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rod's got it right, pattison controls a huge whack of the industry
start attending Church with jimmy, maybe you'll see the benefits, but i doubt it.
5 bucks a # for a cleaned fish IS cheap. when i was in the restaurant biz, the wholesale price was regularily $5-7 per #. must be nice to rape and pillage and sell the product as a lost leader.
 

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Re: Wild Sockeye Salmon, $1.09 per 100g

ribwart said:
I was offered wild salmon for my sashimi the other day...upon inquiry, I was told it was wild sockeye... :wallbash:

Also saw this related item today...the sockeye market can't be all that good...

I'm sure he just upgraded to the Alaskan Twist.This is a mono net. Mono means more fish=more money
 

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ribwart said:
The original ad however does read: "BC Wild"...So it ain't Alaska, but wouldn't it be a friendly kick in the teeth if some of these sockeye were once a part of the stuart run....?


Not likely man!
You know this time of year the siene boats are cleaning them up on the west coast of QCI.


Hotrod
 
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