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A picture is worth a thousand words and the few short words of a happy customer speaks volumes!

"The Red Gold arrived and looks beautiful!
Thanks to all!"

2017 Season Opener Announcement

The Copper River 1st period of the 2017 season has been announced by the Alaska Department of Fish & Game. See announcement text below: COPPER RIVER DISTRICT: The 2017 Copper River king salmon forecast of 29,000 fish is the smallest since 1985 and continues a recent pattern of weak returns. The department will [...]

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​Copper River Prince William Sound Fishermen Find Silver Lining in Oceana Report

Wild Alaskan Copper River Sockeye SalmonConsumers can buy with higher confidence in season when salmon are fresh from their reputable grocery store chain."In 2014, the White House established the Presidential Task Force on Combating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing and Seafood Fraud." Oceana Reveals Mislabeling of America’s Favorite Fish: SalmonSelective consumers of wild salmon [...]

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Super Foods to the Rescue

Are you one of the many thousands and thousands of people that cares where your food comes from? Organic, GMO or otherwise? Have you lost your connection to your food sources and how they are grown and/or harvested? Many of us that have become source concious buyers are willing to take the time to search [...]

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Insulation

Owning the process and doing the work to assure for you that all the quality handling, pre-rigor processing at sea, intravenous pressure bleeding and the high level of freshness that is part and parcel of my product and business model reaches you. Simply put, I allow my product to be all it can be as [...]

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Salmon Facts

A nice article about some things you may not know about wild salmon. As the article implies most salmon are frozen, this is not always the case, as you just happen to know of a guy with his net in the water catching Copper River salmon as you read this article, in fact he is [...]

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Really Expensive Wild Salmon Is Really Worth It

Jane Says: Really Expensive Wild Salmon Is Really Worth ItTop dollar doesn't only mean good fish—it means good ecosystem management too.Pink salmon swimming upstream to spawn. (Photo: Joel Sartore/Getty Images)JUL 8, 2015Jane Lear is a regular contributor to TakePart. She was on staff at 'Gourmet' for almost 20 years.Bio “I know I should avoid [...]

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The Processed at Sea Difference

This picture, from one of our valued customers in Florida-having just received and filleted their salmon, truly depicts the quality benefits of Bill Webber’s bleeding techniques and meticulous handling in our pre-rigor processed at sea Copper River salmon. There is no evidence of any blood in the fillet and absolutely no gaping in the flesh due to a well handled [...]

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Understanding the Importance of Bleeding Salmon

UNDERSTANDING THE IMPORTANCE OF BLEEDING SALMONA Narrative by Bill WebberUnderstanding the importance of bleeding salmon is paramount to a wild Alaskan salmon harvester that has a desire to produce a quality product. There are three methods of bleeding salmon used by salmon harvesters in Alaska and each presents a critical time period to be performed for an “optimal” bleed-out in each [...]

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Surprise, Surprise, Surprise!

Surprise! Surprise! Surprise!Although the run entry into the Copper River Delta may be a bit slow in numbers to start the 2015 season, there is no shortage of time allowed to fish! Typically the first few periods of a season are only 12 hours in duration and we have already seen 24 and 36 hour periods. So imagine our surprise [...]

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