Top Questions About Our Salmon

Check out our FAQ section to learn more about how we deliver fish from our nets straight to your plate. If you have other questions, feel free to give us a call.

When do I get my salmon?

We will reach out to you about 3 days prior to receiving your fish to confirm your preferred delivery method.


Depending on where you live:


  • Girdwood: We will deliver it to your door.
  • Anchorage: Arrange for a pickup location

Can I purchase salmon for my wedding or special event from you?

Our wholesale salmon is fresh & NEVER frozen delivered to you directly from the source! Because of this, our fish is restaurant & catering certified and ready.


Contact us ahead of time and we can help you purchase the freshest salmon possible for your special event


Save money by purchasing it directly from the source. You then get to enjoy fresh Alaskan salmon and feel good knowing you’re participating in a sustainable community supported fishery.

Is my fish frozen?

Your fish is flash-frozen directly off the boat retaining maximum freshness. Each salmon we hand-pick from the net is gill-bled and chilled within minutes of leaving the ocean. Deep in the boat’s hull, our catch is held in bags of slush ice, minimizing bruising and maximizing quality.

Is wild Alaskan Salmon healthy?

Our fishery begins at the Copper River delta and extends nearly 100 nautical miles west to the Prince William Sound. In order to make the long swim up the Copper River, or one of the many other glacial streams that feed into Prince William Sound, the salmon feed and bulk up in the cold nutrient rich waters of the Sound. The fish develop a healthy layer of fat and increased Omega 3 oils. It is this attribute, along with the lean protein and amino acid content that makes our wild caught salmon such a nutritious superfood.

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How to prepare my salmon?

Check out this short video on how to pan sear Alaskan Wild Salmon by AlaskaSeafood

What can you do with a salmon head?

You don’t have to throw away the head!  There is actually plenty of meat in it. If you do some simple googling you will find plenty of salmon head recipes. If eating the head isn’t something you are interested in, consider using it to fertilize your garden. Using fish as a fertilizer offers an organic solution for effectively adding nutrients to the soil naturally.

If I freeze my salmon, how do I cook it?

Cooking frozen fillets is actually extremely simple. Check out this short clip on how easy it is to cook a frozen salmon fillet (by AlaskaSeafood).