About our sockeye.
With a firm texture and rich flavor, sockeye salmon is prized by discerning palates worldwide. Our skin-on, boneless presentation makes meal prep a snap. Grill, bake, or broil the fillet to savor pure salmon flavor any day of the week.
What makes our sockeye special?
Sockeye's amazing life cycle, with up to four years in the cold waters of North Pacific, ensures a true salmon taste and a brilliant orange-red hue that’s signature to wild-caught salmon. We fish this sockeye in the pristine waters of Bristol Bay, Alaska, a world-class fishery focused on sustainability. Our catch is placed in refrigerated sea water within minutes of harvest, and flash-frozen within hours , providing unmatched fresh flavor.
What about the health benefits?
Considered a true superfood, sockeye's unique habitat and diet creates an unmatched combination of health benefits. With its abundance of omega-3s, vitamin D, and astaxanthin (the antioxidant that gives it its orange-red hue), sockeye is ideal for supporting your healthy lifestyle.
Why we love it!
Captain Steve describes sockeye as “the performance athlete of the sea". Our wild-caught, Alaskan sockeye is our most popular catch for a reason: It offers pure salmon flavor and a delicious, firm texture that can only come from seafood harvested at the peak of its life cycle. You can be sure that our skin-on, boneless filets will combine convenience, nutrition, and flavor into every 1.5 lb fillet.
- Top-grade wild Alaskan sockeye
- Skin-on for more flavor & easy grilling
- Boneless for no-fuss preparation
- Nutrient-rich and low in sodium
- Individually flash-frozen portions
- Sustainably wild-caught in the USA
- Individually vacuum-sealed for freshness
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
- BPA free packaging
- Ships frozen
Wild salmon is one of the most nutritious and delicious foods in the world. Naturally, wild salmon is high in essential Omega-3 fatty acids, which help with regulating heart rhythms, lowering blood pressure and reducing inflammation. But helping your heart isn’t all that wild salmon can do! Wild salmon also helps with boosting immunity and improving overall wellness thanks to a winning combination of antioxidants, muscle building proteins and super vitamins B12 and D. Delicious and versatile, wild salmon certainly packs a nutritional punch, making it a worthwhile addition to any meal.
Here at Wild for Salmon we are fishermen, we know the product, and we understand the responsibility that comes with earning your trust. Buying seafood can be a daunting experience, especially when you're buying online (check out our blog on how to find quality seafood online). We stand behind the quality of every product we sell—100% guaranteed. If we haven't caught the seafood ourselves, you can count on the fact that we only partner with trusted, like-minded fishermen and seafood operations.
- Fisherman owned and operated
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
Just like buying seafood online, selecting your favorite seafood and preparing a delicious meal can be intimidating. That’s why we offer a wide array of resources to help guide you every step along the way. Or if you prefer, just pick up the phone and give us a call. We’re always excited to share our favorite recipes, answer your questions, or give you the latest update on the fishing season.
- Buying guides
- Educational blogs
- How to video's
With more than 19 years of fishing the waters of Bristol Bay, Alaska, we’ve learned success isn’t just about making the sale. It's about sharing our love of wild-caught seafood with customers across the nation. It's about appreciating and preserving the natural resources that sustain us all. And it's about giving back to organizations that help protect the pristine waters of Alaska through our Wildly Devoted campaign.
- 1% for the planet
- Wildly Devoted
Sockeye fillet recipe
Seafood continues to cook after it’s removed from the heat, so take it off just as soon as it starts to flake. We often tell our customers that if they think their fish is almost done cooking-- it’s done! Slide a sharp knife tip into the center of the thickest part of a cooking salmon fillet, checking for color and an internal temperature of at least 145°F.
Most fish cooks best over a medium-high flame. Ensure the grill is hot before you start cooking. Liberally brush oil onto the grill or cooking surface just prior to cooking. Planking is a great way to add subtle flavor to your wild Alaska Seafood while also offering an impressive serving platter. Find out more on how to cook with planks
- Oil lightly and season fish to the desired amount.
- Grill skin-on salmon cuts skin side down for best results.
- Cook fillet approximately 10 minutes per inch of thickness.
- Rinse and pat fillets dry.
- Spread a thin coat of cooking oil over salmon fillet.
- Coat bottom of an oven-safe pan with cooking oil.
- Sprinkle seasonings over fish.
- Bake in 375°F oven for 10-12 minutes per inch of thickness.
- Preheat the broiler to Med/High.
- Rinse and pat fillets dry.
- Place parchment paper inside a shallow, nonmetal dish and salmon fillet on top of the parchment, skin side down.
- Top with cooking oil and seasonings of choice.
- Broil the fish 4 to 6" from the heating element for 5 to 6 min or until fish reaches an internal temp of 145F (no need to turn or flip).
Wild seafood delivered direct to your door!
All orders ship on Mondays-Wednesday, and orders placed after 10am on Tuesday will ship out the following week.
All frozen products are carefully packed on dry ice to keep items frozen however some packages may not arrive solidly frozen. If you items do arrive partially thawed but frozen in the center, they may be safely refrozen with no noticeable loss of quality or nutritional value. All frozen packages will arrive within 1-3 business days depending on your destination. You will have access to your shipping information so you can track your package along the way!
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