2015 Share Preorder Prices

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    Here’s the menu for the 2015 season. Look it over, create an account, then place your Share preorder. We’ll ship your order right to your door when we return to DC from fishing all summer in Alaska. Orders will arrive in the first few days of October, 2015. Order Online Here | Print Order Sheet Here

    Why the price range? Costs change every year from fishing to transportation and everything else. We provide a range here with the expectation that the final price will be the average.

    This year (2015) we are offering the following (we may add more products before the June 1, 2015 order deadline but we’ll be sure to let you know if we do):

    Fresh-Frozen Seafood

      • Sockeye Salmon – Boneless Portions – (99% boneless, skin on, 0.5-1 lb. portions)
        A portion is half of a fillet & is the perfect size for one large eater or two normal folks. We’ve deboned these portions to make them very convenient to handle & cook, however, we do call it 99% boneless as there is always the chance a pin bone could be present. Sockeye salmon is naturally an amazing ruby red color with a firm, flaking texture & a wonderful wild flavor. Price: $15.50/lb. (Range: $14-16).
      • Sockeye Salmon – Bone In Portions – (Bone in, skin on, 0.5-1 lb. portions)
        This is our premium sockeye. Because its bone in, we can fast track each fish from the water to the freezer, often in just a matter of minutes or hours. A portion is half of a fillet & is the perfect size for one large eater or two normal folks. We have left the pin bones in on these portions; the few & non-dangerous pin bones can easily be pulled or eaten around.  Sockeye salmon is naturally an amazing ruby red color with a firm, flaking texture & a wonderful wild flavor. LIMITED QUANTITY. WE WILL REMOVE THIS ITEM WHEN WE HAVE SOLD ALL WE THINK WE CAN PRODUCE THIS SUMMER. ORDER IMMEDIATELY IF YOU WANT THIS. Price: $14.75 (Range: $14-16).
      • Sockeye Salmon – Boneless Fillets – (99% boneless, skin on, 1.25-2.25 lb. fillets)
        One fillet feeds a family of 3–4 & looks wonderful when cooked then presented whole on the dinner table. We’ve deboned these fillets to make them very convenient to handle & cook, however, we do call it 99% boneless as there is always the chance a pin bone could be present.  Sockeye salmon is naturally an amazing ruby red color with a firm, flaking texture & a wonderful wild salmon flavor. Price: $16.50 (Range: $16-17).
      • Sockeye Salmon – Bone In Fillets – (Bone in, skin on, 1.25-2.25 lb. fillets)
        This is our premium sockeye. Because its bone in, we can fast track each fish from the water to the freezer, often in just a matter of minutes or hours. One fillet feeds a family of 3–4 & looks wonderful when cooked then presented whole on the dinner table. We have left the pin bones in on these portions; the few & non-dangerous pin bones can easily be pulled or eaten around. Sockeye salmon is naturally an amazing ruby red color with a firm, flaking texture & a wonderful wild salmon flavor. Price: $14.75 (Range: $14-16).
      • King Salmon (pin bone in, skin on, 1-2 lb. portions)
        One of our large king salmon (also called chinook) portions will feed a couple with leftovers or a group of 3-4. Because king salmon are so large (up to 100 lbs. or more!), the fillets & portions are wonderfully thick. Our king salmon come with pin bones in. These few & not dangerous pin bones can easily be pulled or eaten around. Kings have a very rich taste, a light color, and a mild salmon flavor with supple, flakey flesh. Price: $28 (Range: $27-29).
      • Ivory King Salmon (pin bone in, skin on, 1-2 lb. portions)
        When you pull an ivory king over the side, it looks as majestic as any other king, but not more so. It’s only when you cut a fillet that you notice that the flesh is as white as fresh-fallen snow. Amazing! These rare (not endangered) kings are a distinct “race” of kings and only spawn in a few rivers in the North Pacific. We get our hands on a few each season so they are far from guaranteed. If you would like to order some ivory king, please do so, but be aware that it’s first come, first served and we may not be able to fill all orders. If you add it to your order and we run out, you will not be charged. LIMITED QUANTITY. WE WILL REMOVE THIS ITEM WHEN WE HAVE SOLD ALL WE THINK WE CAN PRODUCE THIS SUMMER. ORDER IMMEDIATELY IF YOU WANT THIS. Price: $32 (Range: $31-33).
      • Rose King Salmon (pin bone in, skin on, 1-2 lb. portions)
        Our rose king salmon is the same delicious king you have always enjoyed but these pieces didn’t quite meet our aesthetic standards. If you want king that tastes great and you don’t care that it doesn’t look perfect, this is a great way to save money and fill the freezer at the same time. The most common reasons for king making the “Rose” designation are blushed/rose skin color, an odd shape, and/or a visible blood line. LIMITED QUANTITY. WE WILL REMOVE THIS ITEM WHEN WE HAVE SOLD ALL WE THINK WE CAN PRODUCE THIS SUMMER. ORDER IMMEDIATELY IF YOU WANT THIS. Price: $23 (Range: $22-24).
      • Sablefish (pin bone in, skin on, 1-1.25 lb. portions)
        Our sablefish portions are half of a full fillet, making them perfect for a couple to enjoy. Sablefish is an incredible buttery brilliant white fish from the deep waters off Alaska. Haven’t heard of it? That’s because most sablefish is caught in Alaska & virtually all goes to Japan. Our sablefish comes with pin bones in; the few & non-dangerous pin bones can easily be pulled or eaten around. Cook sablefish simply with salt & pepper in a Pyrex in the oven at 425 for 10-15 minutes. We’re sure you will soon agree that sablefish is the best white fish you’ve probably never had! Price: $28 (Range: $27-29).
      • Halibut (99% boneless, skin off, 1-2 lb. portions)
        Halibut needs no introduction, but ours does! After 33 years of catching & eating halibut in Alaska, we’ve found that halibut under 50 lbs. are not only a much more sustainable size to catch, but they also taste so much better than the large ones, which is what most folks have had. Small halibut are moist & sweet & will redouble your affection for the majestic Alaskan flatfish. Our halibut portions feed 2 to 4 folks & are 99% boneless. We also remove the skin (the only species we do this for), which helps preserve the delicate flavor.Price: $30 (Range: $29-31).
      • King Salmon Collars
        Collars are a very special and underappreciated part of the salmon. Enjoy a few large bites of nearly boneless flesh then spend a little time pulling strips of fatty, delicious flesh around the crescent of the collar; you’ll be glad you did. The collar comes from behind the head but in front of the fillet. We package these in twos or fours making a perfect appetizer hot off the grill with salt and pepper and a nice wine. We package these in two ways depending on the size of the fish––4-6 collars per package (for smaller ones) or 2 collars per package for the large fish. LIMITED QUANTITY. WE WILL REMOVE THIS ITEM WHEN WE HAVE SOLD ALL WE THINK WE CAN PRODUCE THIS SUMMER. ORDER IMMEDIATELY IF YOU WANT THIS. Price $ 19 (Range: $19-20).

    Smoked Seafood

    • Alaskan-Style Hot Smoked Sockeye Salmon (99% boneless, skin on, 0.5-1 lb. packages)
      You may not have had this style of smoked sockeye salmon before, but we can just about guarantee you will love it. We think of it as salmon candy (but still good for you), with just a hint of salt & sugar, & a good dose of Alaskan alder wood smoke to compliment the delicious & unmistakable flavor of wild Alaskan sockeye salmon. Your hot smoked sockeye will come in thick strips, fresh-frozen & ready to thaw & enjoy. We recommend eating it at room temperature with fine cheeses, fresh & dried fruit & bread or crackers. It can also be enjoyed crumbled on a salad or eggs or even as a high protein & delicious snack while hiking. Smoked salmon has a very long life in the freezer––a year or even much more & will keep 1-2 weeks in the fridge once thawed. We’ve deboned this smoked salmon to make it very convenient to handle & enjoy, however, we do call it 99% boneless as there is always the chance a pin bone could be present. Options: Pepper or Classic. Price: $34 (Range: $34-35).
    • Alaskan-Style Hot Smoked King Salmon (99% boneless, skin on, 0.5-1 lb. packages)
      If you’ve had our Alaskan-style smoked sockeye, our smoked king is the next step. Our smoked king has the same smoky Alaskan alder flavor but with a richer flavor and softer texture than our sockeye. Whats the difference between our smoked sockeye and smoked king? The smoked king will have a lighter color, a softer, fattier texture but the same delicious alder wood smoke flavor. Your hot smoked king will come in thick strips, fresh-frozen & ready to thaw & enjoy. We recommend eating it at room temperature with fine cheeses, fresh & dried fruit & bread or crackers. It can also be enjoyed crumbled on a salad or eggs or even as a high protein & delicious snack while hiking. Smoked salmon has a very long life in the freezer––a year or even much more & will keep 1-2 weeks in the fridge once thawed. We’ve deboned this smoked salmon to make it very convenient to handle & enjoy, however, we do call it 99% boneless as there is always the chance a pin bone could be present. LIMITED QUANTITY. WE WILL REMOVE THIS ITEM WHEN WE HAVE SOLD ALL WE THINK WE CAN PRODUCE THIS SUMMER. ORDER IMMEDIATELY IF YOU WANT THIS. Price: $39 (Range: $38-40).
    • Cold Smoked Sockeye Salmon (99% boneless, skin on, 0.5-1.25 lb. portions)
      Our cold smoked sockeye salmon is something quite different than what most folks are used to. You will find that ours has a light salt taste, incredible texture & a full yet perfectly subtle smoky flavor, compliments of the Alaskan alder wood we use. Our 99% boneless cold smoked sockeye comes in portions of 0.5-1.25 lbs. each. Unlike virtually all other cold smoked salmon, we do not slice ours & we leave the skin on. We do this so you can cut it to your desired thickness & so you can enjoy the delicious & healthy fat between the skin & flesh. We’ve deboned this smoked salmon to make it very convenient to handle & enjoy, however, we do call it 99% boneless as there is always the chance a pin bone could be present. Price range: $36 (Range: $35-37).