Fresh from the Ocean
The Fish Princess, a family-owned business, brings fresh Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon direct from the icy waters of Bristol Bay in Alaska to your dining room table.
Each year Captain John Little and daughter, Chani, migrate north in their 32-ft drift gillnetter to greet one of the largest and most sustainable sockeye salmon runs in the world. Their fish are caught fresh, stored in refrigerated icy sea water, flash frozen with a sea-water glaze, and vacuumed sealed for maximum freshness.
Sockeye salmon is a good source of high-quality protein and is one of the best sources of Omega 3 fatty acids, which are essential for a healthy heart and may reduce the risk of certain cancers. Ideal for grilling, steaming, broiling, baking, sautéing, poaching, and smoking—a delicious meal can be ready in minutes.
© Leader Creek Fisheries—Naknek, AK
Only the Best
Fresh / Frozen
Our Sockeye salmon fillets are harvested at the peak of their life cycle and are refrigerated immediately. They are filleted, deboned, vacuum sealed, and quick frozen within hours of their catch, preserving their superior quality.
Wild and Natural
The pristine cold waters off Alaska’s coastline provide the best resources for Sockeye salmon to mature in. This natural environment is responsible for their superior flavor, deep red color, and firm texture.
The Sockeye or red salmon fishery in Bristol Bay is sustainably managed and the largest Sockeye run in the world. Bristol Bay salmon are certified under the FAO-based RFM Responsible Fisheries Management Program, based on the world's most comprehensive and respected fisheries management guidelines.
Delicious / Nutritious
Sockeye fillets are one of the best sources of Omega 3 fatty acids and high quality protein. For a quick and delicious meal, they can be grilled, baked, poached, steamed, broiled, sautéed, or smoked.
Hood River / Portland / Ashland / Medford, Oregon
Guaranteed delivery by Fall 2018.
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Thank you for your continued support and patronage!
Chani Little, The Fish Princess