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1306 NW 13th ave.
Portland, Oregon 97209
USA

(971) 248 0425

Sustainably-caught wild salmon, halibut, king crab, scallops and cod.   Sugpiaq Alaskan Seafood are cleaned and flash-frozen quickly after harvest, preserving the fresh-caught quality and taste. Establishing ourselves over multiple generations in the best Alaskan fishing grounds gives us access to the highest quality seafood available on the market.

Our hand-selected, Wild Alaskan Seafood contains no hormones, additives or GMOs. We are stewards of our Alaskan waters and Sugpiaq is an authentic, genuine Alaskan seafood company.

“For most, seafood is an industry, to me, a sugpiaq, it is part of my heritage, culture and lifestyle”. Isabella – President

Marine Stewardship Council Certified Sustainable

Alaskan Native Certified

Sun’ami Tribal Council Member

 

Quyanaa (Thank You!)

 

 

Coho:  July to Sept

Consumer Wholesale Prices

Order reservations start 60 days before each specie's season.  For example: Crab order reservations start appx Aug 15th 

Do to our high quality & sustainable supply, pre-season orders are required to insure we can balance our order demand with our catch & supply production. 

Sugpiaq's seafood catch never leaves the US.  Sugpiaq catches, cleans, processes,     direct sells, and eats it own seafood.  No coloring, No chemical additives,             No water-retaining additives, No false labeling, No GMO modified fish.            Sugpiaq only catches ocean wild seafood from Alaska

Any confusion or questions contact us directly at: 

gary.sugpiaq@gmail.com      or      907 *  345 * 3311   

Coho: July to Sept

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Coho: July to Sept

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Before we switch boats and gear for the crab season, we have one salmon run left, the harbinger of fall, the feisty Alaskan Coho(Silver) salmon.  Coho are the second largest salmon and are fished in the open waters by the small local fishing fleets. Whether it is because it's the end of summer, the coho's size, the mild flavor, or firm texture, this salmon seems to get prepared and shared locally more than any other seafood.  Seriously, we have had it smoked, grilled, braised, broiled, sauteed, poached, steamed, spit-roasted, placed in salads, robust chowder, ceviche, poke, tacos, and more - not all successful :) Characteristically, Coho are known by their orange-red flesh.  They are lighter in color and have a milder flavor and more delicate texture than sockeye or king.  Oh ya, when we rod and reel fish (in between fishing if that makes sense) we hook coho because they are just fun.

Scientific Name:  Oncorhynchus kisutch

Catch Area:  Aleutian Islands  &  Kodiak

Style:  Whole Rounds;  H&G;  Fillets;  Portions

Grade:  Depends on Style

Packaging:  Totes,  Boxes,  &  Custom Box Sizes

Keep Frozen Until Use.  Thaw overnight in refrigerator, or if you desire to  eat right away place unopened package in cold water for 45 minutes or until fish is flexible.

 

 

 

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Coho Salmon

Coho Salmon - Oncorhynchus kisutch     (Silver Salmon)

 

Alaska Wild Coho Salmon is prized for its orange-red flesh, firm texture and delicate flavor.

 

Alaska Wild Coho Salmon is the second largest salmon, with a body size up to 89 cm (35 inches) with an average weight of about 5.5 kg (12 pounds).  Cohos are an excellent choice for grilling, broiling, sautéing, baking, poaching, steaming, and smoking. Their size and excellent color retention properties make them popular in both frozen and smoked forms.

Fast Facts

  • Second-largest salmon.
  • Body length up to 89 cm (35 inches).
  • Average weight about 5.5 kg (12 pounds).
  • Prized for orange-red flesh, firm texture and delicate flavor.

Nutrition Information – Alaska Wild Coho Salmon

Serving Size 3.5 oz.CaloriesProtein (g)Fat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Sodium (mg)Cholesterol (mg)Coho (Silver)18327725357

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