Frequently ASked Questions

Either freeze or keep in refrigeration for up to 2 weeks. In a sealed Jar up to 30 days in refrigeration. Frozen in a sealed jar up to a year or more. You should not freeze and thaw more than 3 times.

There is!!  The best way for the average guy to save is to buy the cured eggs in bulk 5-10lbs bags!!  This saves me time and material in packaging and I will pass those savings along!! It will be a custom order so you will need to contact me via phone 503-320-9895 or e-mail

You will need to contact Ed directly!!  Call or text me at 503-320-9895. Fresh eggs are seasonal. August - October and availability is day to day.

Some, not very many!!  All the fish we get eggs from are food grade so the eggs tend to be mostly in skein. Call  or e-mail for availability on singles!!

As of now we are using Paypal. You can order the products available  online by clicking the buy now button or call for a custom order and we can e-mail you an invoice or do a credit card over the phone.

Fedex or U.S postal service. most cost efficient ways are... in Oregon, Washington and California  Fedex or U.S. Postal flat rate ... West coast to the Rockies is U.S. postal priority flat rate or Fedex... Rockies to the East Coast  U.S. Priority Flat rate.. Other options are available but tend to cost more. Contact Ed @ 503-320-9895 or e-mail us. 

Fedex is the best. The fresh egg season is August - October, but we flash freeze fresh eggs to ship throughout the year. Contact us for availability. We use Express Mail, Fedex and Alaska Airlines for larger orders.

We are available to contact 7am-7pm PST on most days. We do not have a physical store, so in-person pickup is by appointment only.

We use proprietary, sulfite based cures that we have developed over the years, with a combination of dyes and/or a brined, dried, and boraxed process.

Processors and Hatchery surplus in Oregon, Washington, and Alaska.