FRESH WILD PATAGONIAN CHINOOK / KING SALMON
Around 40 years ago, Chinook salmon where taken from two Washington State rivers, the Kalama and Cowlitz, both tributaries of the Columbia River, and introduced to the Southern Chile river systems, with the hopes of ranching this invading specie.
Since the mid 80’s the King salmon has naturalized and developed, inhabiting their waters. It’s logic that this specie has thrived in the southern Chilean’s climate given that is very similar to that of Oregon, Washington and British Columbia.
This fish is caught in open water, not in the rivers.
|Origin||Chile. FAO 87
|Shelf life||10 days|
|Availability||January to March
|Case||Styro case with wet ice, 50 lbs|
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