WHERE DID YOUR FISH COME FROM?

At Salty Girl Seafood, it’s important to us that you have the information you need not only to cook seafood simply, but to make simple, informed decisions about the seafood you purchase. We work closely with our fishermen to ensure you are receive a premium, sustainably harvested product, complete with information about who, what, and where your seafood was harvested. And it’s all right here.


  Coho Salmon Scientific name:  Oncorhynchus kisutch Description: Coho salmon has rich, reddish-orange meat and has been called one of the best tasting salmon. Although Coho costs less than king and sockeye salmon, its quality is still quite high. Coho are a medium fatty salmon that have nearly two times the oil content of pink and chum salmon, but less than sockeyes or kings. (Source: FishChoice.com)

 

Coho Salmon

Scientific name:  Oncorhynchus kisutch

Description: Coho salmon has rich, reddish-orange meat and has been called one of the best tasting salmon. Although Coho costs less than king and sockeye salmon, its quality is still quite high. Coho are a medium fatty salmon that have nearly two times the oil content of pink and chum salmon, but less than sockeyes or kings. (Source: FishChoice.com)

  F/V Perestroika The captain of the F/V Perestroika has fished in Kodiak for 32 years. His family has been in Kodiak for 60 years. Gillnetting employs vertically hanging nets that are suspended by floats on the top line and are anchored to the seafloor or weighted on the bottom line.  Graphic: © Ocean Health Index

 

F/V Perestroika

The captain of the F/V Perestroika has fished in Kodiak for 32 years. His family has been in Kodiak for 60 years.

Gillnetting employs vertically hanging nets that are suspended by floats on the top line and are anchored to the seafloor or weighted on the bottom line. 

Graphic: © Ocean Health Index

  Kodiak, Alaska Alaskan salmon are well-managed and fished using methods that minimize bycatch and have minimal impacts on the environment. This fish comes from an MSC-certified fishery and is a Seafood Watch "Best Choice." 

 

Kodiak, Alaska

Alaskan salmon are well-managed and fished using methods that minimize bycatch and have minimal impacts on the environment. This fish comes from an MSC-certified fishery and is a Seafood Watch "Best Choice."