Born Free. Caught Wild. Naturally Delicious.
There’s not one thing that makes Wild Alaska Copper River King, Sockeye and Coho Salmon different – there are many. Deep color. Silken texture. Rich flavor. The Copper River difference is in the extra fat these fish store to sustain their arduous, upriver journey to the stream where they were born.
Honor that turbulent journey, our artisan fishermen treat each fish with the utmost care, employing traditional, sustainable practices. With hand processing and minimal handling, we deliver our salmon to you as fresh as if you’d just caught it yourself.
Copper River Salmon season is coming to Reasor’s soon!
Every May, the first salmon of the season return to the rivers and streams of Alaska with the Copper River being one of the first. Sockeye salmon embark on their long journeys up the river to spawn and lay their eggs. As salmon start their journey up the river and prepare to spawn, their feeding habits diminish. Because the Copper River is so swift, they must store extra fat and oils in order to survive the long trip. This high fat and oil content is why Copper River salmon are recognized as some of the world’s best-eating salmon.