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Smoked Red-in-a-Net (2 lb average)

  • Award-winning smoked sockeye salmon.
  • Boneless, moist & rich.
  • Impressive "Centerpiece" smoked salmon.

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$64.95 ea

This award winning (Symphony of Seafood) presentation of smoked Alaska sockeye salmon is a one-of-a-kind delicacy that truly shines with respect to delicious smoked salmon flavor. Each salmon is carefully deboned, cured, then hot smoked to perfection. They're packed full of incredible natural flavor, flaky-tender meat, and delicious, heart-healthy salmon oils. Their unique style offers multiple presentation ideas. They are ideal for appetizers, special occasions, and sports events. Made by Trapper's Creek Smoking Company in Anchorage, Alaska from hand-filleted, wild-caught Alaska sockeye.

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Name Smoked Red-in-a-Net (2 lb average)
Product Bullet 1 Award-winning smoked sockeye salmon.
Product Bullet 2 Boneless, moist & rich.
Product Bullet 3 Impressive "Centerpiece" smoked salmon.
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Brand Trappers Creek Smoking Company
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