For over 80 years, Shimano has concentrated on precision engineering, one step at a time. Creating the most innovative products and processes you can hold in your hand today.
When Sage started business on Bainbridge Island it was first known as Winslow Rod Company, and although the name quickly changed to Sage, the location on Bainbridge Island is still the same even today. Originally it had six employees and about 1,500 square feet of manufacturing space. Today it has grown to 175 employees working in a 30,000 square foot space. The following story sheds light on Sage throughout the past 21 years.
In 1992 Gamakatsu® USA inc. was established to provide Gamakatsu® brand hooks to the U.S. market, followed by SPRO, The Official Gamakatsu's exclusive agent, established in the Netherlands in 1994 to service the European market.
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Experience, Hard Work, and Attention To Details
Captain Steve Stumpf has been a professional guide on these waters for the last 24 years. With more than 2,000 days on the water, he understands the fishing grounds and the right techniques to ensure a successful catch.
Hard work, combined with the love of fishing and people keep Steve’s boat full every year. Nanette Stumpf has been called the “batteries” of Silver Sea Adventures. From the time you wake up until the end of the day you can count on Nan to make sure everything is in order. Her management skills, extensive knowledge, and willingness to please keep our customers coming back year after year.
Rocky Kness is returning to Silver Sea Adventures for a sixth season. His passion for Alaska motivated him to retire young and live his dream on Prince of Wales Island. His wonderful attitude and personality combined with an uncanny knack for catching fish make him a customer favorite!
Taylor, Hayley, Madison, and Kennedy Stumpf (pictured with mom). They are all grown up now and help with all the functions of the lodge. Kennedy and Madison process your fish each day, Hayley does all your housekeeping and Taylor fills in wherever a hand is needed. The girls are hardworking and a joy to be around. They are truly the essence of what a family business is. Yes, they caught all those king salmon!