Ed's Kasilof Seafoods reviews
This is the place to go when processing your fish, whether you are a local or a tourist. They take care of everything, including freezer storage, until it's time to leave. We dropped of our catch... more »
We dropped off almost 600lbs of fish in about 15 different bundles over three days as various group members hit their limits throughout a multiday trip. They processed it all perfectly and let us use their facility to break it into 20 even portions so each attendee could fly home with their share. I bought a smoked salmon and a large octopus for our farewell party. The salmon was gone in minutes. The octopus was huge and took a few hours to cook but once it hit tender it was gone quick and was a big hit. The have great fish products for sale and they did a really nice job processing our order.
This place is amazing!!! Tanner's handled, stored, and processed our salmon all week long. Saved every filet safely with same or next-day turnaround. After 8 days of Salmon fishing we boxed up all the frozen fish filets and flew home. When you really think about it, it's very affordable. Over 150lbs processed for about $200.
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