Wild About Halibut

For our family, summer ends in the Aleutian Islands. Each year after salmon season we take the boat west in search of halibut and longline in the Bering Sea where we grew up fishing. The annual migration is cathartic for all of us as we go through False Pass, passed the homestead on the beach where we were raised, beneath the smoking volcanoes that defined our view as children, through pods of orcas and walrus, along the green rolling archipelago inhabited by brown bears and albatross and red foxes. We're never sure how long halibut fishing will take us, at the mercy of windy fall weather and the natural fluctuation of the ocean floor and migration of halibut. But this year, the weather was nothing but sunshine and soft swells and fishing was steady, with fat healthy fish on most of our hooks. We enjoyed long days on deck in the most beautiful place we know. 

As we return to land and reconnect with our customers, we're happy to announce that the newest addition to the Salmon Sisters collection is all about halibut! The Hippoglussus Stenolepis (Pacific Halibut) Men's Longsleeve Pocket Tee and Women's Baseball Tee celebrate the largest bottom-dwelling flatfish in the North Pacific, which can grow as large as 500 pounds and as old as 40 years of age. Halibut are fished for by commercial fishermen, sport fishermen, and subsistence fishermen alike. We are lucky to live in the Halibut Capital of the World (Homer, Alaska), a community built on the abundance of these majestic and prized fish. 

We're also excited to offer wild caught Pacific Halibut Boxes on our webshop, which comes as a one time delivery of flash-frozen, vacuum packed, boneless portions. Each box comes with our favorite recipes, newsletter on our summer, Fillet a Fish Tea Towel and Cedar Grilling Plank. As the world’s premium whitefish, halibut is a naturally lean and light fish with a mild, slightly sweet flavor. It has a firm, flaky texture and delicate, succulent flavor. 

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  • Nice looking halibut – on deck, on the shirt and especially on the plate! Just found your website and it looks impressive.

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