Wild Alaskan Halibut
Known as the “steak of seafood” our halibut come to us from the icy cold waters of Cordova as well as the Yakutat area in Alaska. Line-caught in the isolated lowlands along the Gulf coast of Alaska, the wild halibut can grow to over 300lbs. The National Marine Fisheries Service of the Alaska Dept of Fish and Game use many fishery management methods to prevent over-fishing. Methods such as Total Allowable Catch (which sets a firm limit beyond which the fishing must stop), restrictions on the size of boats and types of gear used and limiting the number of harvesters in a fishery through “license limitation” are just some of the ways that Alaska protects its Halibut.
Our Halibut are gutted and bled at sea.
Size: 10lbs-100 lbs- head off
Taste Profile: The Wild Alaskan Halibut has a mild, slightly sweet flavor. The flesh is delicate and exceptionally succulent.
Location and Season: Our Halibut are caught near Cordova as well as Yakutat. The season runs from March 15th through November 15th.