By Roddy Scheer
January 02, 2013
“There’s a beauty!” he shouted, as a huge and toothy silver fish struggling to get free came over the bow and into the boat—our first catch of the day. As the proprietor of Duke’s Chowder House, a Seattle-based family of six seafood restaurants in the Puget Sound area, Moscrip couldn’t be happier that this wild coho Copper River salmon was gracing our presence. After all, it was in search of this fish, and many more like it, that had brought him a thousand miles north of home and out onto the cerulean waters of Prince William Sound this chilly but bright afternoon.