No salmon season: California diners will see other fish and higher-priced salmon filling the 2023 void

How does California’s cancelled salmon season affect your sushi? (Getty Images)

California’s 2023 salmon-fishing season is off. But wild salmon, always wildly popular with restaurant-goers, will still find its way onto Bay Area menus this year.

It’s a matter of when, from where and — perhaps most important for consumers — at what price?

After reading the news this week, Mark Matulich of the family-owned Steamers Grillhouse, a Los Gatos mainstay for more than 40 years — checked in with his seafood suppliers.

“If we do get any wild king salmon, it’s going to have to come from Oregon, Washington or Alaska,” he

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