Your 1.5 Fortnights Of Local King Salmon

The article goes on to (kinda) explain the complicated life cycle of a salmon. They (purportedly) move from freshwater to saltwater and back to freshwater. A free MenuBlog post to anyone who can explain the salmon cycle to us, preferably in a diagram form.

Long live the wild king
 [SFGate]

Finally, we can eat; we can celebrate. But the cheers and consumption, experts say, will be short-lived. That’s because the area will be closed for the entire month of June, the most abundant month for local salmon, in an attempt to preserve enough fish to restock the Klamath River spawning grounds.That means local salmon will be plentiful this month, but next month supplies will shrink. Prices this season are hard to predict, but at press time locally caught salmon was retailing for as high as $26.50 per pound, compared to $14.99 for Washington salmon and $11.99 for salmon from Alaska.

The article goes on to (kinda) explain the complicated life cycle of a salmon. They (purportedly) move from freshwater to saltwater and back to freshwater. A free MenuBlog post to anyone who can explain the salmon cycle to us, preferably in a diagram form.

Long live the wild king
 [SFGate]

Your 1.5 Fortnights Of Local King Salmon