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How long can you store smoked fish?

Asked: Remi Salmon, Last Updated:

While vacuum-packed we recommend storing for no more than 21 days at cold temperatures. Once opened we recommend consuming right away but to be kept for no more than 7 days for optimal freshness. Smoked Whitefish is hot smoked and has about a 10 day shelf life from when you receive it.

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  • Where does Costco tilapia fish come from?

    Farmed Tilapia Currently, all tilapia sold at Costco is from farms and suppliers that are ASC certified. One of our suppliers is Regal Springs. Click here for information related to Regal Springs and their sustainability efforts.

  • Why are rusty crayfish called rusty crayfish?

    Rusty crayfish gets its name from the rust-coloured patches that run down its sides. It is illegal to transport any crayfish species, dead or alive. Rusty crayfish are large and aggressive, with adults reaching a body length of 7.5-13 cm (not including claws).

  • What is the biggest redfish ever caught?

    The world record redfish catch comes from North Carolina near Avon, N.C. David Deuel was using rod and reel to fish on the bottom when he landed this big bull redfish on a mullet on Nov. 7, 1984. The fish was about 60-inches long and weighed 94 pounds 2 ounces.

  • What is the best state for catfishing?

    Texas. Texas is home to 1 million catfish anglers. Luckily for them, trophy waters abound. Big channel cat producers include the Brazos and Colorado rivers and Lake Amistad.

  • Can you vacuum seal fish to freeze?

    Keep your fish in the freezer for about one to two hours before using your vacuum sealer. A properly preserved fish can last several months or even years, as the vacuum sealing process ensures that no air can contaminate the food's form or flavor.

  • How do Alaskans preserve fish?

    Kim and her family practice subsistence living in Alaska, which means they try to live off the land as much as possible. They catch and consume most of their food, including wild fish, game, plants, and berries, which they preserve through freezing, drying, and smoking.

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