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Ocean Tides – Troll King Salmon

Chef – Kings Are Running the Sounds!

Throughout the Pacific Northwest, King Salmon are gorging and fattening in the bays and sounds. They are packing fat for their River Runs and Troll fishermen in our network are hooking up. The forecast for Troll Kings is one of the best in recent history, and we are seeing some of these fish docking. The Sitka cooperative that seamlessly supplies  our Halibut program are speculating great Spring Chinook runs in Alaska, while Washington, California, Boston, and the Southeast are also poised for direct distribution with SeafoodS.com. With these boat bled fish, we will see highly fattened, carefully handled, insanely fresh, and hastily dispatched Troll Kings in many of our distribution partnerships. This allows you an exceptional King Salmon no matter your location.
SeafoodS.com prides itself in solution based operating practices, and our Troll King Salmon opportunities are shining examples of what we can accomplish for our customers. With daily communications with the boats, docks, airlines, logistic teams, and operators, we ensure each delivery to rival any Salmon option on the market. Direct Troll King Salmon allows you to purchase fish as it is being prepped for secondary distribution. Priority Overnight Deliveries put our fish on your cutting board before other fish hit sales sheets and email blasts. Fresher fish, longer shelf, and unwavering guarantees allow our customers to be in the first links of a very long supply chain.
We will have a brief couple of weeks for the Sitka Troll Spring Chinook. As quotas are met in southern Alaska, the Trolling will move south through British Columbia and then on into Washington, Oregon, and northern California. This extension of fisheries reach will allow SeafoodS.com to keep Troll Kings on your menu into early summer. Time is of the essence, and we wish you all a Happy Memorial Day, but come Tuesday morning, we invite you all to reach out to SeafoodS.com to secure your Troll Caught King Salmon.

Sitka Sound 

Bleeding Fish

Boated, Bled, and Iced

Contact SeafoodS.com to Customize Troll King Features

Josh Adams : 704-769-2260
Josh Bogen: 704-769-2261
Mike Casagrande: 704-769-2263
Karen Harmon: 704-769-2262
Jon Flower – 704-769-2258
Ben Hollinger: 704-769-2320
Patrick Lowder: 704-769-2265
Chris Nelson: 704-769-2256
Brad Rosa:  704-413-3267
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2015 Halibut Season. March 14 – November 7

Boat Halibut Schooner

The International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC) completed its Ninety-first Annual Meeting in Vancouver, BC on January 30, 2015. More than 250 halibut industry stakeholders attended the meeting, with over 75 more participating in web broadcasts of the public sessions.

The Commission is recommending to the governments of Canada and the United States catch limits for 2015 totaling 29,223,000 pounds, displayed in the following table by regulatory area.

SeafoodS.com will be focused on “Air Fish” Halibut from Area 2C. However, with a committed community of partnerships, we will also have product available throughout the season no matter weather, quotas met, logistical difficulties, or supply deficiencies. Our primary goal is to be your Halibut supplier. Allow SeafoodS.com to get the King of Flatfish on your board this season. Season begins March 14th, 2015. We are counting the days.

Regulatory Area
Catch Limit
(pounds)
Area 2A (California, Oregon, and Washington)
970,000
Non-treaty directed commercial (south of Pt. Chehalis)
164,529
Non-treaty incidental catch in salmon troll fishery
29,035
Non-treaty incidental catch in sablefish fishery (north of Pt. Chehalis)
10,347
Treaty Indian commercial
307,700
Treaty Indian ceremonial and subsistence (year-round)
31,800
Sport – Washington
214,110
Sport – Oregon
187,259
Sport – California
25,220
Area 2B (British Columbia) (includes sport catch allocation)
7,038,000
Area 2C (southeastern Alaska) (combined commercial/guided sport)1
4,650,000
  Commercial fishery
3,799,000
  Guided sport fishery
851,000
Area 3A (central Gulf of Alaska) (combined commercial/guided sport)1
10,100,000
  Commercial fishery
8,210,000
  Guided sport fishery
1,890,000
Area 3B (western Gulf of Alaska)
2,650,000
Area 4A (eastern Aleutians)
1,390,000
Area 4B (central/western Aleutians)
1,140,000
Areas 4CDE
1,285,000
Area 4C (Pribilof Islands)
596,600
Area 4D (northwestern Bering Sea)
596,600
Area 4E (Bering Sea flats)
91,800
Total
29,223,000


MONSTER HALIBUT

80UP Halibut - Oceannaire Dallas

60UP Alaskan Halibut – Oceanaire Dallas

80UP Halibut - Bonnell's Fine Dining

80UP Alaskan Halibut – Bonnell’s Fine Dining

They always say everything is bigger and better in Texas… If you don’t believe that by now, check out these Alaskan Halibut that Oceanaire Dallas and Bonnell’s Fine Dining in Fort Worth received last week. If you want to brag about monster slobberknockers like these on your facebook page, give us a call!! We’ve got them all day, every day from the icy waters of the Sitka Sound direct to your front door…

What can be said about Alaskan Halibut that you haven’t heard from your own voice while eating it?? MMMMMMMM usually sums it up. The thick, translucent fillet offers a culinary canvas that is rivaled by only a handful of other species. The Alaskan Halibut is one of the most recognized food fish in Fine Dining across the United States. The applications of Alaskan Halibut are limitless and one that you can “experiment” with all available resources. Alaskan Halibut boasts some of the highest fat contents in any “white” fish. This translates to extreme moisture, silkiness, and perfect texture. SeafoodS.com is dedicated to being your Number One Resource for the very best and freshest Alaskan Halibut available in the marketplace.