Our salmon come directly from the fisherman at Wild For Salmon. Captain Steve harvests the salmon from Bristol Bay, Alaska, which is the world's most sustainable Sockeye fishery. This fishery is certified by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and best choice from the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch program.
Their website is well-done, informative and easy to navigate. You owe it to yourself to check out this link for a listing of recipes. While you're there, check out the rest of the site to get answers to your questions about the fish, the catching process and the fishermen.
Here’s a cut of salmon that will dazzle. This large, whole fillet is your impressive centerpiece for a family dinner or a gathering with old friends.
See our Grilled Sockeye Salmon recipe here.
Sockeye Salmon’s diet of krill and phytoplankton give its firm meat the dramatic hue and deep flavor profile that make it the most photogenic salmon species. It’s a rich source of iron, selenium, Vitamins A, B, D and heart healthy omega 3s. It may be the healthiest entree ever! Grill, plank, or broil for best results! The fillet comes boneless and skin-on.
The most well-known of the Alaska salmon species, our Sockeye Salmon is slid onto the boat to reduce bruising, immediately submerged in ice cold sea water to keep it under 40 degrees, and then flash frozen to maintain top quality.
Read this good article: Wild-Caught Salmon vs. Farmed Salmon