- from New Zealand's Southern Alps
Glacial Mountain Salmon
Our Chinook (or King) salmon are grown in the glacial waters of the Mackenzie Country hydro canals. The constant flow of pristine water makes our salmon firm in flesh, and mild on the palate. Chefs throughout New Zealand enjoy the textural and flavour differences of our glacial mountain salmon.
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"The sashimi salmon is delightful and so too is the caviar. The beetroot smoked salmon is intriguing …..not had that before. A lovely contrast to normal smoked salmon. It is a privilege to be able to enjoy such quality products.
Thanks you to you and all the team. I will order more once this delivery has been enjoyed by my family and friends."
- Michael, 22 June 2023.
"Catch-A-Fish" Big Salmon Fishing Experience
Catch your own glacial mountain salmon - feel these medium-large fish fight you all the way to the shore! An experience you will never forget!
- free from hormones, chemicals and antibiotics
- because we grow, process and sell onsite
Logans @ High Country Salmon
- serving sashimi, sushi, cabinet items and a kitchen menu
- Fresh, cured and smoked salmon is available, either in-store or online
Southern Alps - Mackenzie District
- Pristine glacial waters from the Southern Alps flow through the hydro canals of the Mackenzie District
Glacial Waterfrom New Zealand's Southern Alps
Healthy salmonfree from hormones, chemicals and antibiotics
Freshest salmonbecause we grow, process and sell onsite
Logans @ High Country Salmonserving sashimi, sushi, cabinet items and a kitchen menu
Salmon ProductsFresh, cured and smoked salmon is available, either in-store or online
Southern Alps - Mackenzie DistrictPristine glacial waters from the Southern Alps flow through the hydro canals of the Mackenzie District
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We have a fantastic rewards programme to reward our Fish Shop customers for their loyalty. If you are an in-store Fish Shop customer, click this button to sign up! (Sorry, not available at Logans Cafe).