Judy Randolph's engineer father, employed by a mining company near Juneau, Alaska, was surprised when his newly graduated daughter paid him a visit with the check he had sent her to provide a summer's holiday. And when her friendship with Rod Baird signified romance, her father quietly arranged a trip to the Orient for her. Although Rod had a questionable record with the Alaskan trollers and canneries, July was sure his salmon-traps would prove to be a sound investment. Separation only strengthened the bond between Rod and Judy and shortly after their reunion, her faith in Rod's judgement was vindicated. Although there are bracing glimpses of the salmon runs and the motivations are plausible, action flags and there are not enough obstacles to keep interest high.