Maintaining the health of all the fisheries that we participate in has been a fundamental priority to Deep Sea Fisheries since our founding in 1981. A commitment to responsible fishing practices is evidenced by our certification in the Alaska Responsible Fisheries Management (RFM) and other sustainable fisheries programs.
John Boggs, the President and Co-Founder of Deep Sea Fisheries began fishing in Alaska as a deckhand at age eleven. That first summer was the beginning of a life of fishing ventures encompassing fisheries operations both in Alaska and internationally. From this humble beginning, with an entrepreneur's spirit, he has participated in fisheries that are now mainstays in the Bering Sea and beyond. John and his partners were the first to fish a newly Americanized Alaskan pollock fishery with the vessel Arctic Trawler. Outside of the US, they imported shrimp and langostinos from Chile in the early 1980's. After traveling to the Soviet Union and exploring distant king crab fishing prior to Perestroika, John was one of the first to send catcher processors to the newly opened Russian king crab fishery. Deep Sea Fisheries continues their involvement in Alaska and Washington fishing operations.
Deep Sea Fisheries is committed to providing Alaska's freshest seafood products to our customers.
We are committed to providing a safe environment for our workers.
We are committed to sustainably sourcing all of our products.