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Sterling Wild Salmon

Wild Alaskan Salmon

Sterling Wild Salmon, LLC is a family owned and operated, sustainable fishing company in Bristol Bay, Alaska. We spend our summers set gillnet fishing on the shores of the Ugashik river, a headwater to Bristol Bay. We then direct market our catch in Salt Lake City where we reside the rest of the year.

Our hand-harvested, wild Alaskan sockeye and king salmon is an amazing superfood! By sourcing directly from your fishermen, you help support families, such as ours, that will continue to keep Bristol Bay as one of the most sustainable fisheries in the world. GO WILD!

Frequently Asked Questions:

Is it fresh?
Our salmon is hand-harvested by us. From there, we deliver our fish to an on-sea processor where it is filleted, pin-boned, packaged, and flash frozen. Our fish is caught, processed, and frozen within a matter of hours to maintain ultimate freshness.

Do you ship out of state?
We do not ship out of state yet. However, we do offer delivery right to your doorstep all over Salt Lake Valley and Park City.

Do you offer wholesale pricing?
We sure do! We want to spread the word about this amazing product. And the more establishments that can help us do that, the better. We offer wholesale to restaurants, local markets, private chefs, CSA’s, local farms, etc.

Can Be Found Here:

  • Sterling Wild Salmon – Direct Orders
  • Oquirrh Mountain Restaurant – Salt Lake City
  • Low Spark Fondue –  Private Chef


This is the best salmon we’ve ever had! I love supporting our local fishermen!” Tiff P, Google Review

Cottonwood Heights, Utah

  • 6847 S Meadow Downs Way
  • Cottonwood Heights, Utah 84121
  • 801-699-4824

Kirstyn & Tyler Sterling

Sterling Wild Salmon is owned and operated by Tyler and Kirstyn Sterling. We live in Pilot Point, Alaska, a small remote fishing village, from June-August, and fish the salmon run in the Ugashik River at the mouth of Bristol Bay, Alaska. We fish out of a 26-foot skiff with a 50-fathom net from shore to river. We spend long days fishing and then come home to our 700 sq. foot cabin where our kids, Hans and Iris, await the news from the day.

When the salmon run is over, we bring our catch home to Utah to share with our community. We LOVE fishing and cannot wait to share this feel-good food with you!