Fresh 100% Wild Alaska Salmon
Salmon caught in our wild Alaska bays and rivers are hand-filleted, and delivered to your door! Wild is even better tasting and healthier than organic. This is NOT your super market salmon.
- 'Alaska's Best' Special Selections
- Salmon Fillet Cuts
- Salmon Steaks
- Salmon Burger
- Cedar Plank Salmon
- Additional Selections
A rare treat for a limited time. One of the most flavorful of all wild Alaska salmon. Rich in heart-healthy Omega 3's and decadent flavor. Our stringent standards provide you with hand-selected fish of the highest quality.
Sushi-grade, premium wild white king salmon fillets. Identical to red king salmon in appearance, except the flesh is pearly white and softer than the more common red kings. The taste is buttery and silky. Available only for a limited time. 8-16 ounce portions.
Caught one at a time, by hook and line, these fish demand the full attention of the fishing vessel crew. There is no better wild king salmon available unless you catch it yourself. These fish are caught in Alaska and British Columbia. 8-16 ounce portions.
Save $46 on nine pounds of our best Alaska King Salmon. 3 lbs. each of Kalgin Island King, Troll-caught Red King Salmon, and Troll-caught White King Salmon. 8-16 ounce portions. Only: $219.95. Includes FREE overnight shipping.
Save $25 on nine pounds of Wild Alaska Salmon. 3 lbs. each of Kalgin Island King, Kalgin Island sockeye, and coho (silver) salmon. 8-16 ounce portions. Only: $179.95. Includes FREE overnight shipping.
Our king salmon is 100% WILD, which is even better than organic. With a flavor second to none, loaded with healthy Omega-3 oils, these wild Alaska kings are a rare gourmet prize.
Available as both skinless and skin-on portions.
The Alaskan sockeye is a joy to cook and delectable to eat. These No. 1 grade fish are bled and iced immediately after being caught and then rushed to our plant. We carve them into 8-16 ounce portions. We also offer a variety of bulk pack choices, click the green 'Read More/Order' button.
Expert chefs say coho is the best salmon for cedar-plank cooking and grilling. Caught in the pristine waters of Cook Inlet, these 100% wild, pure salmon have a bright orange flesh, firm texture and delicate flavor. 8-16 ounce portions.
Our NEW Coho salmon cubes are cut from the same fish as our premium Coho Fillets. We have done all the work; no bones, no skin, no waste!
The same white salmon we use in our fillets, with its buttery and silky flavors, trimmed in a steak cut. 8-16 ounce portions.
Troll-caught are the finest salmon you can buy. High in heart-healthy Omega-3 Oils and huge in flavor. 8-16 ounce portions.
Each steak is the perfect size for a meal, running 6 - 10 ounces. The bone-in adds tremendous flavor you will only get with wild sockeye salmon.
We hand select only the finest fish of the catch and process these beauties the same day they are caught. Perfect for grilling on the BBQ.
This is prime salmon meat we harvest from along the backbones. Salmon burger is loose meat; not pre-formed patties. 100% pure meat; no fillers or additives.
Available in three varieties: white king salmon, red king salmon, and sockeye salmon.
Native Americans in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest discovered this flavorful way of preparing salmon long before Columbus discovered America. Includes two pounds of wild sockeye salmon fillets, two cedar planks, Alaska Tim's Wild Salmon Rub and cooking instructions.
Planks can be ordered alone, or with a 2-oz. packet of Alaska Tim's Wild Salmon Rub and Cooking Instructions
These are an outstanding value, and perfect for baking or roasting. Each roast will weigh 1 - 1.5 lb., and is vacuum
packed. Cut from our troll-caught wild coho salmon.
Packed with extra-tender meat and an abundance of fat along the jawbones, these are prized by chefs for stock and soups. Salmon heads contain extra-high levels of vitamin A, Omega-3 fatty acids, iron, zinc and calcium.
These jewel-like, glistening orange balls of salty goodness are the eggs, or roe of salmon. They're delicious, sustainable, and economical. An entire sac of roe is called a skein. How about salmon roe for sushi? You make it by separating the individual roes and soaking them in soy sauce and Japanese rice wine (sake).
Our sockeye roe is flash-frozen, vacuum sealed, and sold by the pound.
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