The fishermen of the Shareholders’ Alliance are hard working commercial business owners operating in the Gulf of Mexico. They provide the American public with a sustainable and reliable variety of responsibly caught and delicious seafood. Take a moment to browse this photo gallery to get a first-hand look at these dedicated professionals at work on both land and sea.
The fishing vessel Miss Ruby awaits her next trip while tied up at Don’s Dock at Johns Pass, Florida
The next generation gets an up-close-and-personal look at a red snapper.
Fresh caught Gulf Wild branded Scamp lined up and iced down.
Captain Bobby Carter of the fishing vessel Black Jack I out of Johns Pass, Florida.
Shareholders' Alliance Deputy Director Eric Brazer.
Captain Buddy Guindon, commercial reef fish fisherman, owner of Katie’s Seafood in Galveston, and the Executive Director of the Shareholders' Alliance.
Captain Jack Zukley hoists a stringer of red snapper.
Captain Kenny Guindon of the fishing vessel Falcon out of Galveston, Texas likes to fish, even on his days off.
Matt Joswig shows off a Mangrove Snapper (left) and Mutton Snapper (right) that he speared off Tampa, Florida.
A fine looking red snapper caught on a rod and reel.
Jason DeLaCruz, reef fish spear fisherman, owner of Wild Seafood Co., and Executive Director of Gulf Wild, finds time to smile for the camera.
The fishing vessel Avenger, captained by Lee Roy Gandy, heads out to the fishing grounds while one of the crew readies the gear.
All smiles after returning from a commercial red snapper fishing trip.
Rod and reel is one of many methods fishermen use to commercially catch red snapper.
The captain readies the bait for a day of commercial fishing.
The fishing vessel Falcon, captained by Kenny Guindon, tied up at the dock at Katie's Seafood in Galveston, Texas.
Captain Mark Tryon attaches an individually numbered Gulf Wild tag to a red snapper. With this tag, restaurateurs and consumers can see where and when it was caught, where it was landed, and by whom.