Enjoying Your Catch

Getting Your Catch Home

We will fillet your Alaska Salmon as part of your guided fishing trip, and you will then need to take it to our processor for vacuum sealing and freezing. Our processor, Ed’s Kasilof Seafoods, is conveniently located on the main Sterling highway, on the West side of the Kenai River bridge. The processor will hold your cumulative fish during your visit and then upon your departure will package it for the airplane or overnight it to you once you arrive home. Either way, your Alaska Salmon is assured to stay well packaged, insulated and frozen for safe transfer to your freezer.


Once you’re safely home with your hard-earned catch in the freezer, all that remains is to cook and enjoy it! Below are recipes for some of our favorite ways to eat salmon.

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Cooking Salmon, Halibut & Clams