Our wild Alaskan Coho salmon is among the best fish you can buy online. While it doesn’t have the caché of King salmon or the following of Sockeye salmon, we want to make a case for Coho. This fish has a premium taste and texture, but it’s available at a more accessible price point. Whether you’re new to salmon or you grew up fishing it yourself, the wild Alaskan Coho salmon from Lummi Island Wild are the best you’ll ever taste.
Fast Facts About our Wild Alaskan Coho Salmon
You’re probably wondering: What distinguishes our Coho salmon from other online retailers? As it turns out, our products are a lot different from our competitors. Here are some important specs for our wild Alaskan Coho salmon.
- Our wild Alaskan Coho salmon is caught in Southeast Alaska. We source slightly inland, where the water is clean, cold, and perfect for Coho fishing. These fish have a red-orange color and a rich, traditional salmon flavor. Our Coho salmon will have a stronger salmon flavor than Sockeye, but it is far from an unpleasant fishy taste.
- Our wild Alaskan Coho salmon is, well, wild. We use a hook and line to catch them, resulting in a quality equal to that of our Reefnet caught salmon.
- Wild salmon just tastes better. No matter the salmon type, wild-caught fish have a higher natural oil content than their farm-raised cousins. This means more flavorful meat, a more delicate texture, and more moisture when it’s finished cooking. Coho retains its moisture and firm texture so well that it’s one of our favorite salmons to grill.
- Our Alaskan Coho salmon are a “Best Choice” seafood from the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch. You can feel good when you invest in this fish.
Our Alaskan Coho portions are the best you can buy online. Wild caught, thoughtfully sourced, and expertly prepared, the wild Alaskan Coho salmon from Lummi Island Wild is guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser.
What to Expect from Our Wild Alaskan Coho Salmon
Our wild Alaskan Coho salmon ships frozen. You should expect to receive an insulated package at your front door. When it arrives, choose to either transfer the fish into the refrigerator or keep it frozen in the freezer. If you decide to transfer it to the fridge, it will remain safe to eat for up to 7 days. Wild Alaskan Coho salmon will last for up to 4 months in the freezer, but we doubt you’ll be able to wait that long.
If you’ve bought salmon online in the past, you should expect to have a similar experience when you order from Lummi Island Wild. But we differ from other seafood providers in several crucial ways. Every member of our team is devoted to providing the most sustainable, high-quality seafood you can buy. The packaging we use will look like other online salmon delivery options, but it will taste very different. If you don’t believe us, give our salmon a chance. We know we can prove it to you.