Purchase a Box of Wild Alaska Sockeye Salmon or Halibut 

Our boxes consist of beautiful, individually vacuum-packed, flash-frozen eight ounce portions. We offer hassle free delivery of your box across America. As a perspective, Claire and Emma will split a single portion for a normal meal. Flash-frozen portions thaw quickly and cook perfectly, creating delicious and nutritious meals.

Our Sockeye Salmon Box consists of twenty, 8-ounce portions, for a total of 10 pounds.

Our Halibut Box consists of twenty 8-ounce portions, for a total of 10 pounds. 

How it works: delicious, frozen portions of seafood is delivered to your door.

Order now to reserve your box of seafood for early October delivery after we have finished our fishing season in Alaska.

Once our commercial fishing season is over in late September,  all seafood is packaged and ships by Fed-Ex second day air from a cold storage facility in Seattle, WA to your door. We work with you to schedule a delivery in early October. Tracking of your package is easily done through email and text message.

You will receive a wet-lock box carefully packed with frozen, vacuum-packed portions of seafood with an insulated liner and dry ice to keep your seafood in premium condition during its journey. The cost of shipping and handling is included upon checkout. 

Upon receiving, pop open the box and carefully handle the portions to avoid breaking the vacuum pack seals. Frozen seafood will keep in your freezer for up to nine months. In your box you will also receive our favorite recipes and a Salmon Sisters reusable tote bag!

Our boxes fit easily inside a regular freezer. The Halibut and Sockeye Portions Half Share take up approximately one cubic foot of space, and the vacuum packed portions can be easily stacked on freezer shelves. This is a manageable amount of frozen food that will not be wasted. Carefully handled portions that do not lose their vacuum packed seal will keep for up to nine months in your freezer. 

Wild Alaska Seafood is good for you, good for the fishermen that catch it, and good for the planet.