Alaskan Sockeye Salmon…A Healthy Choice!
by Josh Hermes posted February 22, 2023
Did you know that there are actually 5 species of Alaskan Salmon? That’s right. King, Sockeye, Coho, Keta and Pink Salmon. And most people do not realize that there are subtle differences between each species! Capt. Tony and crew target Sockeye Salmon when fishing in Bristol Bay, Alaska, usually during the summer months of June […]Read More
Get to Know…Wild Alaskan Halibut!
by Josh Hermes posted February 15, 2023
You can buy Alaskan Halibut online from us, but before you do we want to tell you a little about them. Alaskan Halibut are flat fish that swim the continental shelf areas off the coast of remote Alaska. They’re one of our favorites here at Wild Alaska Salmon & Seafood because of their buttery flavor […]Read More
8 Reasons to Include Salmon In Your Diet!
by Heather Huffman posted November 29, 2022
A great place to start a healthy lifestyle is by increasing your physical activity and adopting a nutritious diet. However, you probably know that finding tasty and health-conscious foods can be extremely difficult.Read More
Get to know…Royal Red Shrimp!
by Josh Hermes posted October 26, 2022
Ah yes…the Royal Red Shrimp. The name kind of says it all, right? These delicious large cold water shrimp are 100% wild caught off the coast of Argentina. The rich, slightly sweet flavor of this shrimp species is quite unique and will surely become your favorite if it’s not already!Read More
How To Cook Your King and Sockeye Salmon
by Heather Huffman posted September 19, 2022
So you’ve just received your order of Wild Alaskan Salmon & Seafood! Congratulations, you’re already off to a GREAT start! After receiving your fillets of King, Sockeye, or Coho Salmon from Wild Alaska Salmon & Seafood, you’ll want to be sure to cook it perfectly to get the most out of your fish. Two of […]Read More
The Do’s and Don’ts of Thawing Frozen Fish!
by Heather Huffman posted July 1, 2022
Frozen versus Fresh Fish When looking for seafood there is often an idea that fresh fish is better than frozen fish. Believe it or not, this is actually not the case! Wild-caught fish that has been properly handled and flash-frozen within hours of being caught (just like the salmon from Wild Alaska Salmon and Seafood) […]Read More