Bristol Bay Bulletin

Happy Spring, seafood lovers!

Posted by : Wild For Salmon   /  

We’re nearing the end of March, and Spring, with its longer days, blooming flowers, and Buying Club pick-ups is just about in full swing. We are excited to charge into this new season with gusto, new products, and one eye on the upcoming salmon season.


It’s always a treat to see our customers, and we really enjoyed welcoming you all into the store for our spring tasting. If you tried something you liked, the recipes are up on our blog! Let us know if you make it at home and how it turns out on Instagram or in our new Facebook Group.


Wild for Salmon Albacore Tuna Poke
We’d like to send out a shout-out to Chef Josh for all his hard work in pulling that all together...and especially that Albacore Tuna Poke! Wow!


If you didn’t make it to the store, we look forward to seeing you for a Buying Club pick-up or during an upcoming Farmer’s Market!

 Let the drooling commence...Halibut Cheek Ceviche, Salmon Niçoise Salad, and Roasted Shrimp Salad. 

Wild for Salmon Halibut Cheek Ceviche

Wild for Salmon Nicoise SaladWild for Salmon Roasted Shrimp Salad





We haven’t forgotten about you, online customers! Our Facebook group is alive and kicking, and we’d love to see you in there! It’s a great spot to interact with other seafood lovers, get recipe advice, and show-off your beautiful photos of home-made meals. We even sometimes share exclusive recipes!

And…new products!!

We have new ways for you to fill your freezer with exactly the type of seafood you want. We have four new Seafood Meal Boxes that all ship free. They’re curated for everyone with a variety of seafood favorites in mind. Each box also includes a Smokey Citrus Rub from Spices Inc, another family-run Pennsylvania business.

Wild for Salmon Heart Health Box The Heart Healthy Seafood Box is full of two wild salmon species, scallops, and shrimp, all portioned just right. The shrimp even come in a resealable bag so when it’s just you, there’s no need to pull out the tupperware. This is just enough variety to spice up the meals you Whole 30 or Keto folks are trying. Plus, these species are full of all the good protein and Omega-3s your body is craving.


Wild for Salmon Family Seafood BoxFor The Family Seafood Box, we had adults, teenagers, and picky-eaters alike in mind. That one has the customer-favorite salmon burgers (in two varieties!), scallops, salmon and shrimp. All of these protein-packed seafood options can bulk out your family’s go-to pastas and salads. If shrimp is a new item in your house, might we recommend the Roasted Shrimp Salad Josh made at the spring good!

Wild for Salmon Fisherman's Favorite Seafood Box
As a shout-out to spring and our captain’s picks, we also crafted the Fisherman’s Favorite Seafood Box, which will take you outside to grill Wild for Salmon’s seafood for friends and family. It’s about getting a little bit of everything: salmon, cod and tuna! Impress your friends without sacrificing quality or taste. If spring comes early, and it’s too hot to grill, try our new Tuna Poke Recipe!


Wild for Salmon Feast by Firelight Box

Finally, for the all-salmon box, we teamed up with our friend and chef, Emma Frisch, author of the forthcoming cookbook, Feast by Firelight: Simple Recipes for Camping, Cabins, and the Great Outdoors!

The Feast By Firelight Seafood Box is complete with wild salmon that has been pre-packaged and pre-portioned according to the salmon recipes in Emma's cookbook: Sockeye Salmon fillets, portions and smoked product for her Smoked Salmon Spread. The book comes out in early April, but our Facebook Group and Buying Club members got a sneak peak at one recipe: the Foil-Wrapped Salmon with Lemon, Blueberry and Thyme. Join today to try it this weekend!


Finally, we need to ask you to keep your eyes peeled on news about Pebble Mine.

As many of our customers know, the future of Bristol Bay, our business, and our country’s access to wild Alaska salmon is being threatened by a massive open-pit gold and copper mine that foreign mining companies are trying to develop in Bristol Bay’s headwaters. The public has a current opportunity to weigh in on the impacts of the mining project until April 30th; please read more and submit your comment hereYou, all of you, helped us to flood the EPA with comments in 2017, and it made a difference. Scott Pruitt decided NOT to revoke the Proposed Determination of the Clean Water Act in regards to Bristol Bay. We hope we’ll be able to count on you again for this cycle.   


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All the best for this start to spring! As always, please feel free to reach out with questions or suggestions at

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