Also known as silver salmon, Cohos have a red-orange color, with a traditional, rich salmon flavor. Cohos eat other fish as well as zooplankton, and have a slightly stronger salmon flavor than sockeye salmon. An excellent choice for grilling, broiling, sautéing, baking, poaching, steaming, and smoking.
Our Reefnet Coho Salmon tied for best flavor with the Skagit king, in our blind taste test. They have really good color, medium texture and flake, and a clean flavor. Fraser River Coho are among the fattest in the world, and when handled as only our reefnets can do, make for outstanding fillets.
We are overstocked, so now’s your chance to get some delicious and sustainably caught Reefnet Salmon for a bargain price!
HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS – WILD COHO SALMON
Ships frozen. Keep refrigerated for up to 7 days, or keep frozen.
How do you ship?
Perishable orders ship via UPS 2nd Day Air Carbon Neutral, packed with enough Dry Ice to ensure your order arrives frozen. Non-perishable items ship standard ground-arriving 3-5 days from the selected shipping date.
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How do you keep products cold during transit?
We pack your order with enough dry ice or frozen gel packs based on the destination of your package to keep things frozen. Dry ice will dissipate during transit and if none is visible in your box, that is ok.
Do you offer Local Pick up?
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