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What makes Copper River king so special?
For thousands of years, indigenous Alaskans have relied on salmon as a source of food and spiritual nourishment and continue to honor it as a vital part of their heritage.
With a basin size of 24,000 square miles, the Copper river is 290 miles long and has an average elevation of 12 feet per mile.
Facts About Copper River Salmon
Eagerly anticipated by chefs and foodies worldwide, wild Alaskan Copper River salmon is famous for its flavor, texture, and omega-3s.
Journey of the Great Chinook 2023
Copper River king salmon travel nearly 300 miles upstream through rugged terrain and icy waters, an epic journey that requires extra stores of energy in the form of fat.
Glazed Copper River King Salmon
Lusciously sweet and savory, this unforgettable dish is regularly featured at the lodge in Cordova, Alaska.