COMMITTED
TO EXCELLENCE.

At Gulf Wild, we work directly with fishermen dedicated to the integrity and sustainability of fisheries throughout the Gulf of Mexico.

In turn, they maintain the highest standards for commercial fishing operations and seafood handling. By employing our TransparenSea™ Tracking System and applying our Gulf Wild gill tags, they become accountable for the seafood they harvest. When you input the sequential number or scan our traceable QR codes, you can confirm that the fish you purchase is authentic, domestically fished, responsibly caught and undeniably fresh.

LOOK FOR THE
GULF WILD BRAND.

Fish that carry the Gulf Wild brand set the standard for genuine, responsibly caught, and reliable seafood harvested by local fisherman operating in the Gulf of Mexico.

When you see a Gulf Wild tag, or notice the Gulf Wild brand in the restaurants or retailers you visit, you are looking at the absolute best in fresh, responsibly harvested seafood. When you purchase Gulf Wild branded seafood, you are supporting sustainable fisheries in the Gulf of Mexico and the local fishing industry that dates back over many generations.

SUPPORTING
CONSERVATION.

Gulf Wild was created by The Gulf of Mexico Reef Shareholders' Alliance, a non-profit organization of accountable, progressive and conservation-minded fishermen, to promote seafood sustainability and fishery conservation throughout the Gulf of Mexico.

From the integrity of the Gulf waters to the way seafood is enjoyed - from the fisherman to the retailer - everyone is driven to inspire positive change that will keep our oceans thriving.

BREAKING NEWS

 

TJ TATE NOMINATED - 2015 SEAFOOD CHAMPION AWARDS

MEETING SCHEDULED FOR GULF OF MEXICO FISHERY MANAGEMENT COUNCIL

SOLVING FOR SUSTAINBLE SEAFOOD = PEOPLE + PLANET + PROFIT, OR S3P3

 

Posted on October 28, 2014

Judging for the 2015 Seafood Champion Award has taken place and finalists have been chosen. Gulf Wild's very own TJ Tate has made the cut.

 

Posted on September 7, 2014

The last meeting of the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council in 2014 will take place from Oct 20 - 24 in Mobile, AL. Dates for meetings in 2015 have also been announced.

 

Posted on September 1, 2014

This symposium will broaden the definition of sustainable seafood. At the same time, it will increase understanding of US fisheries management, aquaculture, sourcing and traceability and encourage better utilization of seafood resources throughout the Gulf of Mexico.