Wildfish Cannery

Sea. Smoke. Steam.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have a questions about our products or services, please don't hesitate to drop us a line. 

wildfishcannery@gmail.com

 

Do your cans have skin and bones?

No! Our salmon is boned and skinned before smoking. 

Is Alaskan salmon sustainable?

It sure is! Alaska's fisheries area some of the most well managed in the world. Follow this link for more info: http://sustainability.alaskaseafood.org/historical

What are King, Coho, and Sockeye? I've never heard of those salmon species. 

These species are often marketed under the names Chinook, Silver, and Red, but we use the more colloquial terms. 

Where do you get your salmon from? How is it caught? 

We buy or salmon from local fishermen who share our commitment to quality.

How do I cook your salmon?

Check out our blog for recipes! 

Can you ship internationally?

We sure can! Get in touch with us through our contact page.

Do you sell fresh salmon?

We do not, but we can point you toward some of the fisherman we work with who do.

Do you can your own salmon? 

We sure do! Our fish is caught, filleted, smoked, and canned all right here in Southeastern Alaska. 

How long does canned salmon last?

At least 3 years.

Is your product different from the pouched smoked salmon I get at grocery stores?

It's not really. What a lot of folks those realize is that those pouches are technically cans. Though they don't look it, the technology is the same.