Not much beats a freshly caught Alaskan salmon for dinner. One of my favorite feelings is to be happily tired after a full day’s casting at the mouth of a river, and rowing back to our wooden cutter, Celeste, with a bucketful of delectable fish. Our dinner on the evening of a fishing day is almost always the same: simple and delicious. Since we want to bring out the flavor—not cover it up—we almost always grill our fresh fillets on our Dickinson SeaBQ, seasoned lightly with only salt, pepper, dill and local wild beach parsley (when we find it). Topped with a couple of pats of butter and lemon slices, it’s ready to grill. (Wrapping fillets in aluminum foil saves on pan cleanup and prevents fish from sticking to the grill.) Served with rice or new potatoes, a green vegetable or a green salad, and maybe a Kodiak Brewing Company IPA, it makes a perfect finish to a great day of Alaskan wilderness cruising.