Kimm Brown of Neah Bay always smokes local, fresh salmon (VIDEO)

  • By The Oregonian
  • Sunday, August 7, 2011 1:40am
  • Life

By The Oregonian

“I WON’T COOK frozen fish,” says Kimm Brown. “It’s really sad that anyone would have to. It tastes horrible.”

It was by happenstance that Brown came into selling his smoked salmon, but now people from all over know about his Take Home Fish Company in Neah Bay.

Watch video:

An accompanying story and 10-photo gallery about Neah Bay and the Makah tribe — by The Oregonian newspaper in Portland, Ore. — is posted at

There’s also a sidebar story on the Makah Museum in Neah Bay:

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