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From Alaska with love! These meaty, flavorful and delicious wild Alaskan sockeye salmon filets are sure to be the catch of the season for your table spread!


  • One or two 3.5 lbs container(s) of Individually Wrapped Alaskan Salmon Filets

Additional Information

  • Serving Size: 3 oz (approximately 19 servings per container, 19 or 38 servings per purchase)
  • Please Note: The amount of filets received will vary depending on the weight of the individual filets. Customers may receive 10-13 filets per container.
  • Assumed Shelf Life (Days): One-year shelf life if kept frozen. Keep frozen until ready to use. Cook from thaw and season as desired.
  • Country of Origin: USA

Cooking Instructions

  • Oven: Preheat oven to 425° F. Bake for 12-15 minutes.
  • Stovetop: In a nonstick pan, drizzle some olive oil and heat on medium high. Place salmon in the pan and cook for five minutes. Flip the side and cook for another two to three minutes. Keep salmon in the pan for one minute. Let rest before serving.

View nutritional facts here.

Please see the Ingredients tab for ingredient information.

Food Allergens

  • Fish. Please be aware that consuming raw or undercooked meats, seafood or shellfish may increase the risk of food-borne illness.
  • Manufactured in a facility that processes nut and dairy products.

Please Note: Cannot ship to PO Boxes and cannot ship to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands or Guam.

Comes packaged in an insulated Styrofoam cooler with dry ice and will arrive to customer two days after shipping. May arrive with little to no dry ice remaining, which is normal. Although there may be no dry ice remaining, the food should arrive cold to the touch which indicates it has maintained its freshness and can be eaten or refrozen.

Do not touch dry ice without gloves. You may leave it in the cooler outside and it will evaporate harmlessly within 24 hours. Do not put in drinks. Do not eat. Do not touch to skin, mouth or eyes. Do not put into air-tight containers. Keep out of reach of children.

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Subscription-Every 60 Days- Captain Sig's Seafood Premium Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Filets

Frequency: Every 60 (days) - Program Shipment Price: $134.99 - 2 Value Pays: $67.50
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Subscription-Every 60 Days- Captain Sig's Seafood Premium Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Filets

Frequency: Every 60 (days) - Program Shipment Price: $224.99 - 2 Value Pays: $112.50
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1 474-441 1 (7 LBS)

About the Collection
Set off on an epic culinary adventure with Captain Sig's Seafood! Join reality star Captain Sig Hansen of the Northwestern as he shares personal stories and close calls from the Bering Sea – all while preparing his own succulent, mouth-watering seafood. Your family will be delighted by Sig's greatest catches including Alaskan King crab legs, snow crab, jumbo lump crab cakes and a variety of fresh premium fish straight from the Bering Sea. Prepare yourself for a thrilling and tasty journey with Captain Sig's Seafood. Seafood comes from sustainable fishing practices harvested from Alaskan fisheries.

Captain Sig's Seafood
Make mealtime epic

Captain Sig HansenAbout the Guest
The son of a Norwegian fisherman, Sig began fishing at age 14. While still in high school, he served as a deckhand on a salmon gillnetter and joined his father aboard the family boat, the Northwestern, which worked the crab fisheries in Alaskan waters.

After finishing high school, Sig took up fishing full-time and, at the young age of 22, he was already enough of a veteran to serve as a relief captain on the Northwestern. Four years later, he became the boat's full-time captain and one of the youngest ever to take command.

For nearly two decades, Sig has seen to it that the Northwestern is one of the Alaskan crab industry's top producers. He considers this performance essential, but he'll tell you that a greater accomplishment by far is the lack of any major accidents onboard the Northwestern. The best captains bring home the catch - and the crew - safely!

Sockeye salmon