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April


Wild Alaska Dungeness crab

Wild Alaska Dungeness Crab

  • ~0.5lb clusters, pre-cooked*, frozen
  • Caught using low-impact crab pot fishing gear Southeast Alaska and landed in Haines or Petersburg, Alaska
  • Processed by trusted processing partners who maintain premium quality standards

Dungeness crab recipes >

*Dungeness crab must be pre-cooked to prevent a naturally occuring toxin from developing on the shells. Your Dungeness are safe to eat and simple to cook — simply reheat in boiling water or in the oven and get your crab cracking kit ready!

March


Wild Alaska coho salmon

Wild Alaska Coho Salmon

  • ~6-12-ounce portions, frozen, vacuum-sealed, skin on, and pin-bones in*
  • Caught using low-impact, hook-and-line troll fishing gear near Sitka, Alaska, or near Haines, Alaska
  • Filleted at our company-owned processing facility in Sitka, Alaska, or by trusted processing partners who maintain premium quality standards

Coho salmon recipes >

*More on pin-bone removal here >

More tips and tricks for cooking salmon >

Wild Alaska sablefish

Wild Alaska Sablefish

  • ~6 to 12-ounce portions, frozen, vacuum-sealed, skin on, and pin-bone in
  • Caught using low-impact hook-and-line longline gear and pots in southeast and southcentral Alaska
  • Filletted and frozen at our company-owned facility in Sitka, Alaska, or by our trusted partner facilities in southeast or southcentral Alaska

Sablefish recipes >

February


Wild N. Pacific Albacore Tuna

Wild N. Pacific Albacore Tuna

  • ~6-12-ounce portions, frozen, vacuum-sealed, skin-off, boneless
  • Caught using low-impact hook-and-line fishing gear (troll-jig) off the coasts of Oregon and Washington
  • Frozen on the fishing boat and cut while frozen (for maximum quality) at our trusted partner facility in Bellingham, Washington

Albacore tuna recipes >

Wild Alaska Pacific cod

Wild Alaska Pacific Cod

  • ~6 to 12-ounce portions, frozen, vacuum-sealed, skin off, and boneless
  • Caught in the Gulf of Alaska and the Bering Sea using low-impact hook-and-line "jig" and longline gear and pots
  • Filleted by trusted partner facilities that maintain our premium quality standards

Pacific cod recipes >

January


Wild Alaska Halibut

Wild Alaska Halibut

  • ~6-12oz portions, frozen, vacuum-sealed, skin-off, boneless
  • Caught using low-impact, hook-and-line longline fishing gear in the Gulf of Alaska.
  • Filletted and frozen at our company-owned facility in Sitka, Alaska, or by our trusted partner facilities in Kodiak or Southeast Alaska

Halibut recipes >

Wild Alaska Sockeye Salmon

Wild Alaska Sockeye Salmon

  • ~6-12-ounce portions, frozen, vacuum-sealed, skin on, and pin-bones in*
  • Caught using low-impact gillnet fishing gear in Bristol Bay Alaska
  • Filleted by trusted partner facilities that maintain our premium quality standards

Sockeye salmon recipes >

*More on pin-bone removal here >

More tips and tricks for cooking salmon >


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Past Months

April


Wild N. Pacific Albacore tuna

Wild N. Pacific Albacore Tuna

  • ~6-12-ounce portions, frozen, vacuum-sealed, skin off, and bones out*
  • Caught using low-impact pole and line fishing gear (troll-jig) and landed in partner-ports in Oregon and Washington
  • Frozen at sea and processed by trusted processing partners who maintain premium quality standards in Bellingham, Washington

Albacore tuna recipes >

*Your albacore tuna are processed to remove bones. However, it is possible that a few bones are missed in the process, which are easy to remove with any kitchen knife or culinary tweezers.

Wild Alaska rockfish

Wild Alaska Rockfish

  • ~6 to 12-ounce portions, frozen, vacuum-sealed, skin off, and boneless
  • Caught using low-impact "jig" gear in Kodiak, Alaska
  • Filleted by our trusted partners facility in Kokiak, Alaska

Rockfish recipes >

March


Wild Alaska coho salmon

Wild Alaska Coho Salmon

  • ~6-12-ounce portions, frozen, vacuum-sealed, skin on, and pin-bones in*
  • Caught using low-impact, hook-and-line troll fishing gear near Sitka, Alaska, or near Haines, Alaska
  • Filleted at our company-owned processing facility in Sitka, Alaska, or by trusted processing partners who maintain premium quality standards

Coho salmon recipes >

*More on pin-bone removal here >

More tips and tricks for cooking salmon >

Wild Alaska sablefish

Wild Alaska Sablefish

  • ~6 to 12-ounce portions, frozen, vacuum-sealed, skin on, and pin-bone in
  • Caught using low-impact hook-and-line longline gear and pots in southeast and southcentral Alaska
  • Filletted and frozen at our company-owned facility in Sitka, Alaska, or by our trusted partner facilities in southeast or southcentral Alaska

Sablefish recipes >

February


Wild N. Pacific Albacore Tuna

Wild N. Pacific Albacore Tuna

  • ~6-12-ounce portions, frozen, vacuum-sealed, skin-off, boneless
  • Caught using low-impact hook-and-line fishing gear (troll-jig) off the coasts of Oregon and Washington
  • Frozen on the fishing boat and cut while frozen (for maximum quality) at our trusted partner facility in Bellingham, Washington

Albacore tuna recipes >

Wild Alaska Pacific cod

Wild Alaska Pacific Cod

  • ~6 to 12-ounce portions, frozen, vacuum-sealed, skin off, and boneless
  • Caught in the Gulf of Alaska and the Bering Sea using low-impact hook-and-line "jig" and longline gear and pots
  • Filleted by trusted partner facilities that maintain our premium quality standards

Pacific cod recipes >

January


Wild Alaska Halibut

Wild Alaska Halibut

  • ~6-12oz portions, frozen, vacuum-sealed, skin-off, boneless
  • Caught using low-impact, hook-and-line longline fishing gear in the Gulf of Alaska.
  • Filletted and frozen at our company-owned facility in Sitka, Alaska, or by our trusted partner facilities in Kodiak or Southeast Alaska

Halibut recipes >

Wild Alaska Sockeye Salmon

Wild Alaska Sockeye Salmon

  • ~6-12-ounce portions, frozen, vacuum-sealed, skin on, and pin-bones in*
  • Caught using low-impact gillnet fishing gear in Bristol Bay Alaska
  • Filleted by trusted partner facilities that maintain our premium quality standards

Sockeye salmon recipes >

*More on pin-bone removal here >

More tips and tricks for cooking salmon >

Know Your Fishermen

Sitka Salmon Shares is built around a humble collective of committed fishermen that put quality first and handle their fish with respect and care. It’s their livelihood after all, and many of our fishermen have been using these fishing methods for generations.

Our fishermen-owners and our fish plant in Sitka are critical to our mission as a values-driven community supported fishery (CSF). We also work with a network of trusted partners and other small-boat fishermen because not all types of fish we offer are caught in our home port of Sitka. For example, sockeye salmon prefer the extensive networks of streams and lakes found in places like Bristol Bay in Southwest Alaska versus the mountainous rainforest surrounding Sitka in Southeast Alaska.

Get to know your fleet of small-boat fishermen and our trusted partners here >

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