Good news! The price of all the salmon has dropped and the supply is good. This is the time to eat and can salmon. Fresh Oregon troll-caught Chinook is in and very good. There has been a 40% reduction in the season due to the prior year's drought, but the catch we have is really nice.
We have fresh Sockeye Salmon from the Yakutat River and will be featuring it at both locations for $13.99/lb during our Celebration of Independents Week July 1-7!
We now have a good supply of the Yukon River Keta Salmon, also called Yukon Chum, Calico, or Silverbrite. Don't be fooled by the name, this is a dip-net caught salmon from the Yukon River and has a higher oil content and eats better than most King salmon. The Keta travel in some instances over 2000 miles to their spawning grounds and a 'genetically programmed' to store oil for the journey. This is the 3rd or 4th year the native Yupik Eskimo fisherman have used dip-net fishing to catch the Keta so they can put the King back into the Yukon with hopes of replenishing the supply of the depleted King. The Yukon River salmon are harvested from a certified sustainable fishery, as approved through the Marine Stewardship Council, and are a very economically priced salmon. These Keta are handled with care and flown in fresh from Alaska. It is firm texture and orange-red in color. Try this fish and we know you will be delighted.
There is no more Copper River Sockeye. It was a short but delicious season.