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2021 Bristol Bay Season Recap

It’s officially September, which means that by now, our fishermen have returned home from the salty seas of Bristol ...

2021 Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon Fishing Update

If you haven't watched our latest YouTube video I suggest scrolling back up and hitting play! Captain Steve and Dec...

The 2021 Summer Sockeye Season is Underway!

    This summer marks 20 years of fishing sockeye salmon in Bristol Bay, Alaska for Captain Steve.  With a crew tota...

The Sockeye Salmon Life Cycle and Fresh Fish all Year Round

Wild for Salmon is dedicated to our customers’ experience with our company and our wild Alaska seafood. While the Ame...

1% of Each Sale at Wild for Salmon is Donated to Save Salmon!

Proud to be a 1% for the Planet member Wild for Salmon is proud to be a 1% for the Planet member through a Wildly Dev...

Where does the fish you eat come from? Issue #2: Alaskan Leader Pacific Cod

Where do our Alaskan Pacific Cod Loins come from? At Wild for Salmon, we value the importance of traceability in t...

Canned Fish v. Fresh Fish: Is One Better than the Other?

When your day is busy and you need a quick, nutritious meal - many of us reach for a can of salmon, combine it with...

The Long-term Benefits of a Pescatarian Diet

A pescatarian diet is one in which the main source of animal protein comes from fish and other seafood, such as shri...

How to Smoke Salmon: The Tradition of Fishtival and Smoking Fish

The highlight of our year is Fishtival, an annual celebration when we, your Alaskan fishermen are able to share the y...

Wild Caught Salmon vs. Farm Raised Salmon: Which is Better?

What Do the Terms "Wild Salmon" and "Farmed Salmon" Mean?  As longtime seafood consumers know, not all salmon is cr...

The Epic Return of Salmon: Gearing Up for Salmon Fishing Season

It’s that time of year when fishermen gather in Bristol Bay, Alaska for the largest sockeye salmon run in the world.W...

Where Does The Fish You Eat Come From? Issue #1 Yakobi Fisheries Lingcod

  This is one fish that we’re really excited for you to get to know: lingcod. Lingcod is a nutritional whitefish wit...
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