New! Spoons

 


12pcs/bag, 120pcs/box

SUPREME
Spoon style
Description
SUPREME-C #5
This is similar to a #5 superior spoon, it has a chrome finish.
SUPREME-G #5
This is similar to a #5 superior spoon, it has a gold finish.
SUPREME-C/G #5
This is similar to a #5 superior spoon, it has a chrome/gold 50/50 finish.
SUPREME-C #6
This is similar to a #6 superior spoon, it has a chrome finish.
SUPREME-G #6
This is similar to a #6 superior spoon, it has a gold finish.
SUPREME-C/G #6
This is similar to a #6 superior spoon, it has a chrome/gold 50/50 finish.
SUPREME-C #7
This is similar to a #7 superior spoon, it has a chrome finish.
SUPREME-G #7
This is similar to a #7 superior spoon, it has a gold finish.
SUPREME-C/G #7
This is similar to a #7 superior spoon, it has a chrome/gold 50/50 finish.

 

 

 

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12pcs/bag, 120pcs/box

KING CATCHER
Spoon style
Description
KCN-BC #5
This is similar to a #5 needlefish spoon, it is a chrome spoon with a bright blue stripe on top of one side.
KCN-G #5
This is similar to a #5 needlefish spoon, it has a gold finish.
KCN-C #5
This is similar to a #5 needlefish spoon, it has a chrome finish.

 

Patrick Crenna, who takes charge of spoons, is a second generation troller.
907-738-1902

pcrenna@gmail.com

 

Patrick J. Crenna was born to Carolyn and Chuck Crenna in Coopeville Washington. At three months of age he started his lifelong journey into the world of commercial fishing, his parents purchased the Radio in Ilwaco, Washington and hand steered and navigated by charts north to Alaska with Patrick and his older sister Shasta, age six, aboard. 

The Crenna family landed in Pelican Alaska, a small coastal fishing island community  only accessible by boat or seaplane. Throughout his childhood Patrick grew with a love of fishing and adventure as his family traveled to Pelican, Alaska in the summers to Salmon fish.

At 24, he bought his first fishing boat and continued in the Alaska Salmon Troll industry. He bought the F/V Norwester to help support his young family. In 2009, he met and later married the love of his life Coral (Mayo) Crenna. Coral also grew up in a fishing family and spent her many summers of her childhood of the waters of Kodiak tendering salmon on her families fishing boat, F/V Coral lee. Together they continued in the fishing industry.

As their family (Dylan, 14, Morgan, 10, Dominique, 6) and fishing business continued to grow Patrick and Coral realized the need for a larger and more versatile vessel and purchased the F/V Ilona B., They continue to pass on the love, adventure and work ethic necessary to make a living off the waters of Alaska to their children (3rd generation of fishermen) by taking them freezer trolling in the summers. 

 

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