Reefnet fishing, catching sockey salmon, sustainable fishing in the Salish Sea

Levels of Giving

We need your help to sustain these programs we have initiated. We need to pay the property payment, insurance, and all of the normal bills associated with owning property and making our educational goals come true. Here’s how you can help.
$100 = Reefnet Experience for 2: tour of the fishing gear and take home your own salmon from today’s catch (minimum of 1 hour).
$250 = Side of Smoked Sockeye (includes shipping).This is the legendary 2018 reefnet sockeye with a fat content of 25%, which will dazzle anyone who has the good fortune to taste it. This is very limited, and will be shipped on a first-come, first-served basis, sometime before May 31. 
AND a membership card entitling you to enjoy our beach on Legoe Bay for one year. All marine beaches in Washington State are private property, so unless you are a property owner on Legoe Bay, you won’t have access to the gateway to the San Juans. Your membership will allow you to lay down your towel on a sunny summer day, and play in the water, and even have a picnic right at the water’s edge. 
$500 = Side of Smoked Sockeye and 3 Hour Tour of Clark Island and Legoe Bay (Up to 2 people): Riley will take you out on our trusty reefnet skiff, around Legoe Bay, and out to Clark Island, one of the best kept secrets in the San Juans. Bring your own bottle of wine to enjoy on one of the two pristine beaches.
$750 = Two Sides of Smoked Sockeye and 3 Hour Tour of Clark Island and Legoe Bay (Up to 4 people)
$1000 = Overnight Reefnet Experience for 2: includes a night at Nettles Farm (www.nettlesfarm.com), a side of fresh salmon to cook for yourself in our gourmet kitchens, and of course, fishing on the Reefnet (4 available). This will give you an authentic San Juan Island experience, from sunup to glorious sundown, that even most locals do not enjoy.
Custom Donation: Choose the donation that is right for your budget, and choose a monthly donation if that is most convenient.