Wild Alaska King Salmon

Also known as Chinook, these salmon are prized for their color, high oil content, firm texture and succulent flesh.

Alaska King Salmon


Rich red flesh
Succulent flavor
High oil content
Firm texture

nutrition facts

Excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids
Excellent source of high quality protein
Excellent source of selenium and phosphorous and a good source of potassium

size & specs

The largest of the 5 Alaska Salmon species
Average weight is approximately 20 pounds
Length ranges from 30 to 40 inches
Generally marketed in whole, steak, or fillet forms

harvesting methods

Purse Seining

seasonal availability

Available fresh or frozen year-round

preparation tips

Its high oil content makes it a prime candidate for grilling, broiling, sautéing, roasting, poaching, steaming, and smoking
King salmon’s succulent flavor can be easily enhanced by your favorite seafood seasoning or marinade