Salmon’s flavor is directly related to how much fat is in the fish. As a result, Baker king wild salmon–with its high fat content–has our highest recommendation for both salmon lovers and skeptics alike. Its superior fat content will provide an eating experience that is second to none. These are some of the most impressive and spectacular king salmon we’ve ever tasted. If you’re deciding on which fish to try, we highly recommend this wild salmon shipped from us.
These kings are caught by Upper Skagit tribal fishing families who live, bleed, and slush ice the fish for us. By working the waters with local independent fishers who respect both salmon and our environment, we can ensure the highest quality wild kings available. These are orca safe king salmon, which means they are caught with sustainable gear in a terminal area, well past the point that a fish might make a meal for an Orca. The fishery is also carefully co-managed by the tribe, so you can feel great about supporting this provider.
Plus, this is a micro fishery that is limited to only 500 fish. Don’t miss an opportunity to eat the best king salmon of the season, and have some Baker King wild salmon shipped today.
Salmon Preparation Tips
You don’t need to put much effort into preparing salmon this decadent. We prefer a simple sear with some butter and herbs, but home chefs can also bake, roast, grill, and pan fry to suit individual tastes. The fat in king salmon means this is a very forgiving fish for novice cooks, so there is no need to feel intimated by this salmon.
Handling Instructions – Baker King Wild Salmon
Baker king wild salmon is shipped in 6-ounce boneless and skin-on portions. The fish will be frozen when it arrives. If you plan to enjoy the fish that day, we recommend thawing in the refrigerator. This particular salmon has high fat content, which means it will spoil faster than other types of salmon. Don’t wait too long to enjoy.