Salmon Sisters Wild Fish
Salmon Sisters is proud to be your source for wild Alaska salmon. Our fish is healthy, traceable, delicious, and caught wild and responsibly from Alaska's pristine waters to nourish you and your family. Our frozen boxes of fish are delivered to your door from our family and our fleet. We are proud to offer you a connection to your fishermen and to Alaska's wilderness where your salmon is harvested. Our smoked fish, tinned fish, spices and other provisions are easy ways to enjoy Alaska's wild bounty.
Our salmon is harvested in Alaska’s pristine waters, where management is anchored in strict conservation practices to ensure that the ocean ecosystem continues to thrive and delicious Alaska seafood will be enjoyed for generations to come. Alaska has over one million square miles of rich fishing waters – and every mile is a precious resource. Sustainability is written into our State Constitution, and every day fishermen, scientists, conservationists as well as state, federal and international organizations work together to responsibly manage our fisheries and care for our waters. The secret to Alaska’s success lies in responsible fisheries management and sustainable fishing practices that take care not to harm the fish, other marine plants and animals, nor the environment. Alaska’s fisheries meet the criteria of the United Nations of Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries, the most comprehensive and respected fisheries management guidelines in the world, as well as the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and Fisheries Management (RFM) Certifications.
The seafood industry is Alaska’s largest private sector employer. Many fishing operations are family-owned, so choosing wild Alaska salmon means you are supporting Alaskan families and resilient coastal communities. Our salmon is harvested by independent fishing families in Bristol Bay, Copper River and the Aleutian Islands.
Our Fishing Family
Like many Alaskan fishermen, our family works together on and off the water. It takes all of our boots on deck to juggle the moving parts of a successful fishing operation. Our parents moved to Alaska and started fishing 25 years ago in the Aleutian Islands. We grew up setnetting and gillneting for salmon and longlining for halibut with our parents. In high school, we became full time crew and have since built a life on the water together.
Our family’s fleet has grown as our partners have joined us at sea. We tender, seine, and gillnet for salmon, longline for halibut and pot fish for cod and sablefish with our family’s boats in the Bering Sea, Copper River, and Prince William Sound. We are thankful for the way our work has allowed us to live a meaningful life connect to the earth and the ocean.
Superfood from the Sea
As fishermen, we’re lucky to have grown up eating healthy and delicious wild salmon straight from Alaska’s ocean. The goodness of wild salmon is something we believe in completely – eating it makes us feel healthy, happy and strong, which is something we want to share with as many people as possible. It is pure wild magic.
Eating wild Alaska salmon promotes a healthy heart, strong bones and a powerful brain. Naturally rich in omega-3 fatty acids (DHA and EPA), which are essential for our bodies to promote heart health, suppress inflammatory responses, improve blood flow, maintain healthy vision, and participate in brain function, wild salmon is also naturally high in many essential vitamins and minerals including vitamin E, A, D, and B-12. This high-quality protein is a superfood in many ways.
Vitamin B-12 and high-quality protein protect brain cells and improves cognition and memory.
Omega-3s reduce the chance of blood clots, heart attacks, and strokes.
Vitamin E, Omega-3s and Vitamin B-12 keep your bones strong by absorbing key nutrients to maintain bone density.
Strong Immune System
Vitamin E helps to fight infection and strengthen the immune system.
Nutrients like Vitamin B-12, omega-3s and Vitamin A improve skin’s elasticity, smoothness, and can help with dryness.
Omega-3’s reduce the effect of chronic digestive disorders.
High quality protein and omega-3’s support athletic performance and recovery.
To learn more about Alaska seafood, visit www.alaskaseafood.org.
Customer Reviews for Wild Alaska Sockeye Salmon Box
"We recently received our highly anticipated first salmon shipment from the Salmon Sisters and we were not disappointed. It is without a doubt the best salmon we have tasted. Deep red color and no bones..it is delightful. We just used olive oil, salt, pepper and lemon juice for seasoning. So good, we had a salmon dinner party with several friends. All agreed it was fantastic.." - Paul D.
Best Dinner Ever
"Received my box of beautiful deep red salmon last week. It came perfectly packed. Vacuum sealed and frozen. Tonight I made the most delicious seared salmon in lemon cream dill sauce. There are many more wonderful dinner ahead of us. I highly recommend ordering this." - Denise K.
"Doctor ordered a diet change. So I knew farm raised was not the answer and Atlantic Salmon in the stores did not appeal to me. So after hearing about the Salmon Sisters and visiting their website and reading their story I took the plunge. With my basic culinary skills I had the best salmon dish I have ever been served." - Bert B.
The Salmon Sisters Cookbook
Living by the sea has inspired the way our family works, eats and lives. Our cookbook The Salmon Sisters: Fishing, Feasting and Living in Alaska is a collection of our family's favorite recipes and stories from growing up on our Aleutian homestead, learning to cook on the boat, living close to the land, and embracing a simple yet meaningful life. We invite you to explore the delicious seafood recipes inside.
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