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King salmon, also known as Chinook salmon, are the largest of the Pacific salmon species and typically reach about 30 to 40 inches and about 20 pounds. King salmon are found along the West Coast of the U.S., Canada, and throughout Alaska, although their numbers have declined over the years in the lower 48 due to habitat loss, logging, and dams. Alaskans Own’s king salmon comes from Southeast Alaska’s troll fishery which has several seasons throughout the year, including Summer (July - September) and Winter (October - March). King salmon have a rich color, full flavor and are loaded with healthy Omega-3's. They are the culinary world's salmon of choice, prized for their color, high oil content, firm texture and succulent flesh.

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