Alaska’s Copper River Coho Beckons Fall Flavors

Alaska’s Copper River Coho, in season from mid-August through September, signals the shift from summer to fall. Renowned as “The Last Great Salmon of the Season”, Copper River coho lends itself to an array of preparations and pairs naturally with the flavors of late August as well as with the cozier flavors of autumn such as apples, squashes, root vegetables and earthy mushrooms.

Alaska’s Prince William Sound Sockeye Featured at Hy-Vee in June

The Prince William Sound Sockeye season started on May 30 and the salmon, which are rich in Omega three fatty acids and Vitamin D, will be featured at Hy-Vee, Inc throughout the summer. Pure, fresh, and wild, these brilliant red salmon are naturally flavorful and lend themselves to quick seasonal dinner preparations.

2022 Copper River Salmon Season Launches on May 16

It’s official. Alaska’s Copper River commercial salmon season will begin on Monday, May 16th, when the region’s commercial fishermen will be allowed to set their nets for a twelve-hour opener to harvest the revered king and sockeye salmon from the icy glacial fed waters of the Copper River Delta.

Copper River Salmon Fishery Brings Season’s First Catches, Camaraderie — and Hope

After last year’s weak run and uncertainty from the pandemic, one of Alaska’s best-known fisheries is underway with a prevailing sense of optimism.

Copper River Salmon Harvest Underway

All eyes will be on early Cordova dock prices for Alaska’s famous “first fresh salmon of the season” as an indicator of wild salmon markets.