Wild Alaskan king salmon are prized by gourmets for their large, luscious flake and extraordinarily high healthy fat content. Our line-caught Alaska Gold™ king salmon are the gold standard for wild salmon. Convenient boneless, skin-on, absolutely delicious king salmon portions with FREE SHIPPING!
Alaska Gold™ Wild King Salmon Portions
$175.00 – $635.00
What’s special about our Alaska Gold King Salmon Portions…
- King Salmon is loaded with healthy Omega-3 oils, vitamin D, selenium
- Line-caught with attention to detail and quality
- From the pristine waters of Southeast Alaska
- Convenient portions make it easy to provide an elegant, nutritious meal for you and your family
Our customers instantly recognize the quality and convenience of our wild king salmon portions.
Line-caught on the open ocean when their natural oil content, color and texture are at their peak, Alaska Gold™ king salmon are handled with the utmost of care One Fish At A Time. They are the Gold Standard for wild salmon.
Wild Alaskan king salmon are prized by gourmets for their large, luscious flakes and high fat content. King salmon store this fat for their journeys up long river systems fed by glaciers in Alaska. When you eat Alaska king salmon, you can savor the extraordinary journey that these wild salmon take. Like a well-marbled steak, the fat that they store up for their journeys melts into the salmon, giving it a richness and velvety feel in the mouth. These are the good fats that cardiologists and nutritionists celebrate. Because of this heart-healthy fat, king salmon are perfect for grilling and searing, with just salt and pepper. King salmon needs little else. It’s so delicious. As one of our customers said upon receiving her order: “Line-caught salmon, nothing less than the best!!! Grilled it plain, seemed like it just came out of the Sea.”
King salmon’s meat colors range from orange-red to creamy white and everything in between, mostly depending on the ratio of shrimp and krill to prey fish they are eating, king salmon are the largest and least numerous of the Pacific salmon and they are truly special.
The king salmon’s big flake and succulent, rich flavor stands out best with a slow cook grill at 275° F over a flavorful hardwood like alder or cedar. Capers or mustard-y acidic sauces will help balance out the fish flavor of a king salmon.
Alaska Gold™ wild king salmon are caught and processed by a cooperative of fishermen, like Charlie Wilber, using traditional hook and line methods. Our king salmon portions are boneless with their skin on (which keeps moisture in while cooking). They come in convenient vacuum-sealed pouches. All you need to do is take one or two or however many you want out, thaw, remove from package, add some basic seasonings, and enjoy! These Alaska Gold™ king salmon portions can be brought out with the fancy china or eaten from a paper plate at a summer barbecue.
These wild king salmon portions are boneless and have their skin on. We pack these 8-ounce portions in boxes of six 8-ounce portions, 5 pounds, and 10 pounds. Note that the portions are hand-cut and this 8-ounce weight is an estimate and might vary between 7 and 9 ounces, so there should be 9 to 11 portions in a 5-pound box and double that for a 10-pound box.
This diagram illustrates what our boneless, skin-on wild king salmon portions look like:
What you get: 6 portions of 7 to 9-ounce boneless/skin-on portions of Alaska Gold™ line-caught king salmon individually vacuum-sealed and conveniently delivered to your door.
What you get: 5 pounds of 7 to 9-ounce boneless/skin-on portions of Alaska Gold™ king salmon portions. Line-caught wild salmon individually vacuum-sealed and conveniently delivered to your door. Should be between 9 and 11 portions in a box.
What you get: 10 pounds of 7 to 9-ounce skin-on portions of Alaska Gold™ king salmon portions. Line-caught wild salmon individually vacuum-sealed and conveniently delivered to your door. Should be between 18 and 22 portions in a box.
We also have larger boxes at a discounted price here.
*Note: Portion size will vary between 7 and 9 ounces. Cuts will come from the center, tail and up towards the gills. We do our best to equally distribute portion sizes and cuts so that you get a relative proportion of center cuts to tail cut. When you cook you should cook pieces with similar shapes. Because they are thinner, the tail pieces should require less cooking than the center cuts.
Use a counter-top oven and make this Weeknight Salmon Wrap weeknight salmon wrap in a matter of minutes.
1300 mg Omega-3 Fatty Acids per 100 g serving