Alaska Smokehouse Salmon Jerky 3 oz - The Beef Jerky Store

All of our Alaska’s Best Salmon Jerky comes from the best Alaskan wild king salmon. Great for a fishing trip out on the lake, long hike, camping in the back woods, skiing on the slopes or watching the big game. Our salmon, by nature, is packed with quality protein to keep you moving and Omega-3’s to promote healthy skin and joints.

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The larger version of our 1.13 oz. stick for the larger appetite, Alaska's Best salmon jerky is made from all natural, wild salmon harvested from icy fresh Alaska waters.

Smoked Wild Alaskan King Salmon Jerky - Made In Washington

Blue Ridge Naturals Alaskan Salmon Jerky Dog Treats, 6-oz bag; Blue Ridge Naturals Alaskan Salmon Jerky Dog Treats... Besides making the best smoked salmon jerky in the world, Trapper’s Creek also produces hot smoked (kippered) and cold smoked (lox, lachs) salmon, fresh frozen seafood such as Alaskan King Crabs, Alaskan Spot Shrimp, Halibut, and King Crab Claws.

Alaskan Salmon Jerky - Blue Ridge Naturals

Dogs love Blue Ridge Naturals’ real Salmon Jerky. Made from Alaskan Salmon, this delicious jerky is a new taste treat your dog will go wild for!

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A Pacific Northwest Treat! We combine our two smoking styles to prepare this delicious and healthy jerky: first cured in a liquid brine like our Alaska-style-hot-smoked salmon, then smoked at a low temperature like our lox. But unlike our lox, the jerky is smoked for a very long time so it will dry out completely. If you like jerky, you will love our salmon jerky.Made from one hundered percent wild Alaskan salmon, Puppy Love Brand dog treats are sure to become the favorite treat for your loving pet. They come in 3 variaties: Training Bites (perfect small bites to help train your pet), thick meaty Jerky Treats, and Larger Sticks.This is the traditional way to preserve or dry salmon for the winter. The natives of Alaska still dry their salmon on large wooden racks for use during the winter. I like to use King salmon but any salmon will work. Fillet your fish. Remove the belly on the King salmon, it is too oily to make jerky. I like to hot smoke the bellies, though!High in Omega 3 fatty acids, our Alaskan Salmon Jerky is made with 100% wild caught Alaskan Coho Salmon. We never chop, form, or mince the salmon. Solid strips of salmon are brined, cold smoked and hot smoked in our unique curation process.