“The salmon is top quality and absolutely delicious. Thank you for offering a great product and service.”

– D. and N. Perna

Bring wild Alaskan, home for dinner.

Community Supported Fishery

Community Supported Fishery

  1. Spring orders.
  2. Summer harvest.
  3. September delivery.

How It Works

Sustainably Harvested

Sustainably Harvested

Scientific stewardship ensures Bristol Bay thrives as home to the largest wild salmon run on the planet.

Sushi-Grade Sockeye Salmon

Sushi-Grade Sockeye Salmon

Rapid professional processing and deep freezing locks in sushi-grade freshness and flavor.

Healthy + Tasty Convenience

Healthy + Tasty Convenience

Omega-3 rich boneless filets with skin on one side are individually packaged for easy mealtimes.

Harvesting wild Alaskan sockeye salmon is our way of life every summer.

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Photo: Graveyard Point / Charles Espey / charlesespey.com

Alaska, at your doorstep.

Sustainably Harvested and Delivered With Care

 

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We have limitied quanitities of seafood on-hand!

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– PRE-ORDER SHIPPING –

We are not currently taking pre-orders. Check back in February 2021 for our wild Alaskan halibut pre-order sale and in April 2021 for our wild Alaskan salmon pre-order sale.

 

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Kwee-Jack Fish Company began with the simple desire to share our wild Alaskan salmon harvest with friends and family in the communities where we live. This grew into regional networks of Community Supported Fisheries (CSFs). Our sushi-grade wild Alaskan sockeye salmon is hand-picked from the net, and professionally fileted with bones removed and skin on one side. Each premium filet is individually vacuum-packaged and flash-frozen.

You can contact us by phone at 406-272-2466 or by email at [email protected].

Who We Are

Who We Are

Where We Fish

Where We Fish

How We Fish

How We Fish

How It Works

How It Works

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