Buying Seafood Online

Years ago this was a laughable concept. Today, I’m not laughing as much. Maybe smirking a little. If you live by the water or in a fishing town, you wouldn’t think about buying seafood online. You wouldn’t even think about frozen seafood all the much either. But we are reminded often that no everyone lives near the fish. Further still, some have come such a long way in marketing their stuff that they have become well-known throughout the US.

We aren’t endorsing any of these groups below, but rather acknowledging that we understand they are pretty good at shipping seafood either through clubs or direct to consumer. If you are interested in getting fresh seafood without a middle man, and straight from the ocean, start your search here and see what comes of it. There are more outfits out there than just these, but these are the ones we keep hearing about.

LOBSTER

The Lobster Guy

My goodness this is a dreaful site, but you can’t really search on sea to porch lobster and not bump into this guy’s operation. If you can figure out how to get through his website, he’s got about every size lobster, as well as tails and meat. They’ll ship live lobsters to your door, which isn’t new, but is still pretty wild when you think about it.

Lobster Anywhere

These guys have a great website, and they ship live lobsters from chix all the way up to gigantic 5-6 pounders. Not even sure how those would fit in a box. They have tails, meat, lobster rolls, you name it. They even do surf and turf. Spend a little time on their website and you’ll feel like these guys just have it all wired.

SALMON

Lummi Island Wild

This group is on the West Coast (I know, I know), and they do things a little differently with reefnetting. It’s a pretty difficult way to catch salmon, but it’s clean and seems to work for them. This is the group we keep hearing about for good environmental and sustatinable stuff. Mainly salmon, halibut, cod. Alaska stuff.

Pride of Bristol Bay

If you know much about wild salmon, the best of it comes from Bristol Bay. These guys have been around for a while. Have all the good species. They seem to have a pretty solid lock on how to ship salmon, though it does come frozen which makes it less dynamic than shipping live lobster.

CRAB

The Crab Place

This is probably your spot for Maryland Blue Crab. They have all kinds, but they are based around the Del-Mar-Va area and not as far north as King and Dungeness and such. Decent little operation they have going on. Tons of other seafood types, like shrimp and oysters if you are hunting that stuff. Pretty good all around seafood player.

Maine Lobster Now

Probably can mention these guys with lobster as well, but they are REALLY good at King Crab, which is the signature crab type among most people. They also carry Snow Crab, Jonah Crab, crab meat, crab cakes, crab rolls, tons of fresh fish and other shellfish. Another great all-around seafood consumer seafood distributor.

SHRIMP

There are places, many of them listed above, that will ship fresh shrimp. Most of it comes from the gulf, which we just don’t admire. Anyway, if you want shrimp, use the ones above.

CRAWFISH

All three of these places will get the job done, shipping live crawfish for a crawfish boil. They’ll all ship in various amounts of pounds, ship with seasoning or without.

Louisiana Crawfish

Cajun Grocer

Acadia Crawfish

We could go on forever into Halibut, cod, rockfish, oysters, you name it. But this is a pretty good list. We might add to it later if we get comments or hear about others who should be listed. Again choose your own path and do your own research. We did. Even after people told us about these places listed above, we kicked the tires to make sure we knew what was happening. We even found a site called Quality Seafood Delivery that compares the prices of all the various companies shipping fish. But if you don’t want to do that and trust our opinion, then the companies on this page should be above the fray.

Guides & Fishing Charters

Nichols Guide Service 
www.southernoregonfishing.com 
Scott Nichols. Beavercreek, OR. 503-650-9381 Licensed Oregon guide six years, native Oregonian, fishing northwest rivers since age 14. BC Angling Post Pro Staff. Boat: 23′ Alumaweld. Species: Salmon, Steelhead, Sturgeon. Locations: Clackamas River, Willamette River, Columbia River, North Coast Bays. 

Lucky’s Guide Service 
www.traveloregon.com 
Loren Bybee. Vancouver, Washington. 360-576-0218. Cell 360-903-2137 Licensed guide in Oregon and Washington. Kids and Handicapped always welcome. Locations: Buoy 10, Tillamook Bay, Columbia River, Cowlitz, Wind and North Lewis. Species: Steelhead, Salmon, Sturgeon. Boats: 25 foot sled (6 person max). Prices: $125.00 to $150.00 per person. 

Charles Ireland Guide Service 
www.go-oregon.com 
Myrtle Creek, Oregon. 541-863-1221 Providing professionally guided fishing trips on the beautiful and scenic rivers and bays of southern Oregon. Species: Salmon, Steelhead, Sturgeon, Shad and Smallmouth bass. Locations: Umpqua, Coquille, Elk, Sixes and Rouge rivers. Prices: $150 per person, minimum 2 persons. Discounts available for larger groups. Half day fishing trips available for fall chinook. 

Erik’s World Class Fishing Adventures 
Website 
Erik Brigham. Ariel, WA. 360-513-2331 Coast Guard and CPR Certified. Ask about our “Fish Catch Guarantee.” Locations: Most all Columbia River tributaries in Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington. Species: Salmon, Steelhead, Sturgeon. Maximum of 6 persons. 

Garibaldi Charters 
www.garibaldicharters.com 
Garibaldi, OR. 503-322-0007, Toll Free: 1-800-900-HOOK (4665) fax 503-322-0381. Locations: Tillamook Bay & deep sea ocean fishing off Oregon’s North Coast. Prices: Halibut- $150. Bottom Fish- $70. Chinook Salmon- $75. Maximum of 20 persons. (All trips include tackle, fish filleting & cleaning). Ashes at sea and scenic ocean and bay cruses also. 

Pratt’s Guide Service 
www.fishingthenorthwest.net 
Dennis Pratt. Newberg, Oregon. 503-537-7392. Over 40 years experience fishing the Columbia and Willamette Rivers. Species: Spring and Fall Salmon, Steelhead, Keeper or Oversized Sturgeon and Shad. Locations: Willamette River and Columbia River from the ocean to Bonneville Dam. Boat: 23′ Alumaweld Sled (6 person max). 

Newport Marina Store and Charters 
www.nmscharters.com 
Newport Marina Store and Charters P.O. Box 716, South Beach, OR 97366 Catch bottomfish off the jetty or rent a boat and crab in the bay. 

Kyle Hall Outdoors 
www.kylehalloutdoors.com 
Kyle Hall. 360-921-4866 or 360-834-0776. Species: Salmon, Steelhead, Sturgeon. Boat: 23′ North River sled (6 person max). Locations: Columbia River for salmon, steelhead and sturgeon. Lunch and drinks provided. 

Tradewinds Charters 
www.tradewindscharters.com 
Depoe Bay, OR. 1-800-445-8730 Species: Salmon, Dungeness Crab and various species of Bottom Fish including Ling Cod, Flounder, Sea Bass & Cabezon. Also Whale Watching Trips. Location: Ocean waters off the coast of Depoe Bay, Oregon. 

Pages Northwest Guide Service 
www.fishingoregon.net 
Larry Page. Portland, OR. 503-760-3373. “Fish Year ‘Round” Species: Salmon, Steelhead, Sturgeon, Walleye. Locations: Most all Northwest Rivers and Bays. All bait and fishing equipment provided. G.I. Joe’s Pro Guide Member. 

Bigup Guide Service 
www.bigup.com 
Tom Burgess. Canby, OR. 503-537-8900 [Client comments] A great guy to spend a day on the water with, no one works harder to insure a fun, safe and successful trip. Species: Salmon, Steelhead, Sturgeon, Shad. Locations: Columbia River, Willamette River, Buoy 10, Tillamook Bay. Boat: 25′ sled (6 person max). 

Gale’s Guide Service 
www.galesguideservice.com 
Bob Gale. Keizer, OR. 503-930-7422 Join us for a fun and comfortable drift boat trip to catch hard fighting steelhead and huge king salmon. Boat: Comfortable 18-foot guide model drift boat. Species: Salmon and Steelhead. Locations: Northwest Oregon coastal and inland streams. 

Fight Club Guided Fishing 
www.fightclubguidedfishing.com 
Jay Daly. St. Helens, Oregon. 503-341-9571 Join me for a great day on the water. I’ll go all out to get you into the fish while insuring your safety. All skill levels are welcome. Boat: 2004 Motion Marine 24′ jet sled. Species: Salmon, Steelhead, Sturgeon. Locations: Willamette River, Columbia River, Buoy 10. 

Priddy Good Fishing 
www.priddygoodfishing.com 
Wane Priddy. 503-631-4334. Cell 503-341-2895. Tillamook 503-842-3978. Over 23-years experience. Locations: Clackamas, Columbia, Wilson, Trask, Tillamook and Nehalem rivers, Tillamook Bay and the Kenai River in Alaska. Species: Salmon, Sturgeon, Steelhead. 

Marina & Boat Rentals

Sunset Landing & RV Park 
www.sunsetlandingrv.com 
4270 Siletz Hwy. Lincoln City, Oregon 97367 Boat launch and moorage. Sunset landing RV park &marina; is located just south of Lincoln City on the beautiful Siletz river. We have great fishing for Chinook, cutthroat trout and sturgeon. We are just minutes from the beach and the outlet centers and have 38 tent and RV spaces, many with a view of the river. Each site has a fire pit, some have 110v electric. Also available: Group rates, pool, moorage, boat launch and more. 

Big Eddy Marina 
www.bigeddymarina.com 
19609 NE Marine Dr. Troutdale, Oregon 97230 Private gated parking and boat launch. Providing easy access to popular fishing areas of the Columbia River for salmon and sturgeon anglers. Close to Chinook Landing boat ramp and Sandy River. Numerous slips available for various size boats. Call (503) 666-3515. 

Pier39 
www.pier39-astoria.com 
100 39th St. Astoria, Oregon 97103 Located in the old Bumble Bee/Hanthorne Cannery, Pier39-Astoria. Services include: Fisherman’s suite-vacation rental. Public fishing pier, small boat storage, boats under 30’. Bait and Tackle shop. Boat launching and storage services. Limited SCUBA services, Tank Air Filling Station. Planned Marina and Live-aboard Moorage. Call (503) 325-2502. 

East Lake Resort 
www.eastlakeresort.com 
22430 Paullina Lake Rd La Pine, Oregon 97739 Located 18 miles east of Highway 97 in Central Oregon East Lake provides one of the finest and most traditional fisheries in the state. Each season the lake produces Brown Trout weighing over 10 pounds. The current lake record is a 22 1/2 pound Brown. Rainbow Trout are the mainstay and are easily caught using all techniques. Kokanee and Atlantic Salmon, have been caught up to 20 inches in length. Convenience store, tackle supplies and boat rentals are available as well as a cafe (serving breakfast and lunch), boat moorage, tent camping, cabins and RV sites. 

Newport Marina Store and Charters 
www.nmscharters.com 
Newport Marina Store and Charters P.O. Box 716, South Beach, OR 97366 Catch bottomfish off the jetty or rent a boat and crab in the bay. 

Garibaldi Marina  
www.garibaldimarina.com 
302 Mooring Basin Road. Garibaldi, Oregon 97118. Garibaldi Marina sits in the heart of Oregon’s coastal fishing Mecca, serving anglers recreational needs in this prime fishing and crabbing destination. The marina provides a fish cleaning station, boat rentals, quality herring and bait, clam shovel and crab ring rentals, film, ice and a various selection of fishing tackle and boating related items. Oregon’s second oldest port, Garibaldi is your direct link to the Pacific Ocean where you can experience some of Oregon’s finest fishing for chinook and coho salmon, halibut, ling cod and rock fish. Crabbing is also a popular activity enjoyed throughout the year ether by boat or from one of the two fishing piers located near by. The marina rents crab traps and clamming equipment and also provides helpful instruction on its use. 

Brighton Beach Marina & Resort 
www.brightonmarinarv.com 
29200 N. Highway 101 · Rockaway, OR 97136. “Located on Beautiful Nehalem Bay” Brighton Beach Resort is about an hours drive from Portland. A wonderful and productive area for anglers and crabbers alike. We have boat rentals, bait, crabbing, fishing and picnic supplies. RV parking, camping, boat moorage and launch also available. A great place to bring the family for a day of fun on the coast. Nehalem Bay is the fourth largest bay on the Oregon coast, providing good fishing both in the bay and offshore. Bottom and surf fishing is typically good throughout the spring and summer months. Chinook fishing starts up in early summer at the bar area moving farther up into the bay as summer progresses. 

Coyote Rock RV Resort 
www.coyote-rock.com 
1676 Siletz River Rd. Lincoln City, OR 97367 Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina is located on the banks of the beautiful Siletz River just south of the central Oregon coastal town of Lincoln City. The Siletz River is home to some of the finest fishing in the country. Spring and fall chinook runs on the beautiful Siletz river are well known by anglers far and wide. Fishing for cutthroat trout and sturgeon also provides for some wonderful angling opportunities for young and old in this lazy costal river. Fishing tackle, bait, refreshments, boat rentals, RV & tent camping are all available at the resort. 

Boats & Motors

Tom’s Outboard 
www.tomsoutboard.com 
13602 SE McLoughlin. Portland, OR. Outboard Jet Pump Specialist. Hot Shoetrick & Super Tune Your Jet, Blue Printed, Relieved, Polished & Sharpened. Also 4 Blade Stainless Steel Jet Impeller $395.00. We Service & Repair 2hp to 225hp motors. Ph: 503-653-8744, 503-680-1036. 

Sportcraft Marina 
www.sportcraftmarina.com 
Your Full Service Marina on the Willamette River in Oregon City. Oldest Honda Marine Dealer in the US. A complete selection of Honda outboards 9 hp through 225 hp. Your Northwest destination for C-Dory boats, Skagit Orca boats, and Wooldridge boats; Honda Marine and Suzuki Marine; We-no-nah canoes and Current Designs kayaks. We specialize in the sale and service of these products. Ph: 503-656-6484. 

Browns Landing Inc. 
www.brownslanding.com 
Serving your marine needs since 1958. Located at 50565 Browns Landing Court. Scappoose, Oregon 97056. 503-543-6526, Toll free 1-800-633-5688. We sell these great aluminum fishing boats and outboard motors – Customweld, Raider, Harbercraft, DuroBoat, Livingston, Old Town, Lowe and G-3. Our outboard motors include Yamaha, Evinrude, Johnson and Mercury. We also have a large inventory of used fiberglass and aluminum boats. Consignments accepted. Also available: General accessories, Engine control systems, Electrical equipment, Pumps and Plumbing, Water sports accessories, Trailer parts and accessories, Maintenance and Repair. 

Bait & Tackle Shops

GI Joes 
www.gijoes.com 
All your fishing needs can be satisfied here. Locations throughout Oregon and Washington. 

Bob’s Merchandise 
www.bobsmerch.com 
“Family Owned Since 1947” Ph: 360-425-3870 fax 636-4334. 1111 Hudson, Longview, WA 98632. Sporting goods, fishing tackle, bait, hunting supplies and licenses. 

Simon & Peter’s Baits 
simonp@actionnet.net 
Wholesale baits, sea bass jigs and more! Depoe Bay, Oregon 

Dinty’s Market 
541-739-2236. (Open 24 hours) Located right on I-84 at Biggs Junction. 91571 Biggs Rufus Hwy. Wasco, OR. 97065. 
Bait, Tackle, Lures, Deli, Hot Coffee, Espresso, Fishing Licenses, Groceries. Close to Deschutes River steelhead and salmon fishing and some of the best Columbia River trophy walleye and bass fishing in the state. 

Tri T’s Services 
www.tritsservices.com 
541-475-8800. Jim Turner owner. 390 SW Culver Hwy. Madras, OR. 97741. “Home of the Gibbs Minnow” One of the hottest lures ever for Kokanee Salmon. Also available – Atlantis Camera Systems 

Pier 30-Astoria 
www.pier39-astoria.com 
503-325-2502 – Located in the old Bumble Bee/Hanthorne Cannery, Pier39-Astoria. Services include: Fisherman’s suite-vacation rental. Public fishing pier, small boat storage, boats under 30’. Bait and Tackle shop. Boat launching and storage services. Limited SCUBA services, Tank Air Filling Station. Planned Marina and Live-aboard Moorage. 

Kimmel’s Sporting Goods & Gifts 
Ph: 503-842-4281 or 842-2118 1812 First Street Tillamook, OR 97141. Bait, Tackle, Rods, Reels, Hunting Supplies, Hunting and Fishing Licenses, local information on Tillamook area waters including Tillamook Bay and the Trask, Wilson, Kilchis and Tillamook Rivers 

Jetty Fishery L.L.C. 
Jettyfisery@pdx.oneworld.com 
Ph: 503-368-5746. 27550 Hwy 101 North Rockaway Beach, OR 97136. “On the beautiful Nehalem Bay” Enjoy some of the best crabbing on the north coast form our 150-foot crabbing pier or rent a boat and crab the hot spots in Nehalem Bay. RV park – boat rentals – bait – fishing tackle – groceries – ice – fish & game licenses – moorage – gas & oil – seal watching trips – live crab and trap rentals available. 

The Guide Shop 
www.guideshop.com 
Ph: 503-842-3474. 12140 Wilson River Highway Tillamook, OR 97141. Fresh bait, latest fishing information for the Wilson, Trask and Kilchis rivers, recent catch photos. Fishing forum, Rogue rods, tackle, Chinook baking planks and more. Shuttle services for Tillamook area rivers. 

Garibaldo Marina & Store 
www.garibaldimarina.com 
Ph: 503- 322-3312 Toll free: 1-800-383-3828. 302 Mooring Basin Road · Garibaldi, Oregon 97118. Located on Tillamook Bay. Providing boat rentals, quality herring and bait, clam shovels, crab trap rentals, film, ice and a wide selection of fishing tackle. 

Englund Marine Supply 
http://www.englundmarine.com/ 
Ph: 541-265-9275. Foot of 15th St. Astoria, OR 97103. Marine accessories, bait, tackle, poles & reels, licenses, crab traps, floats, anchors, rope and much more. Information on the Columbia River Estuary, Youngs Bay salmon & sturgeon and crabbing. Also located in Newport at 800 SE Bay Blvd. 

Lure Me Tackle 
https://www.oregontackleinc.com/ 
Ph: 503-762-1273, 2926 SE 136th Portland, OR 97236. Fishing Tackle, Rods, Reels and a whole lot more, all at working man prices. Full selection of Okuma rods & reels with some of the best prices around. Email: 

Fred’s Marina 
http://www.fredsmarina.com/ 
Phone: 503-286-5537, 12800 NW Marina Way. Portland, OR. 97231. Located near the head of the Multnomah Channel and providing boaters with a paved boat launch, snacks and drinks, docking, fueling and mooring facilities, quick and easy access to the Willamette River and fresh bait and tackle for fishing the channel and near by Willamette River for salmon, sturgeon, bass and catfish. 

Fisherman’s Marine 
http://www.fishermans-marine.com/ 
Oregon City – 503-557-3313, Portland – 503-283-0044. Fishing and Hunting Supplies, Tackle, Bait, Licenses, Small Boats, Float Tubes, Waders and outdoor clothing. 

Estacada Tackle 
https://playestacada.com/estacada-tackle/ 
Ph: 503-630-7424, 121 SE Hwy. 224 Estacada, OR 97023. Bait Tackle Rods, Reels and Local Information for anglers fishing the upper Clackamas River, Harriet Lake, Faraday, Estacada and North Fork Reservoir. Estacada Tackle has an annual contest for largest steelhead caught from Clackamas River, stop by and enter your catch for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate.. 2nd place winners receive a $25 gift certificate. Weekly winners each receive $5 certificates. Watch “The Local Fisherman News” for updates on the largest fish weighed to date.