That leaves one fish processor operating on Wrangell Island.
Debris from landslides caused by heavy rain is making it difficult to repair the damaged pipeline.
Alaska Fish and Game says the chum run is essentially over.
Southeast seiners will have a shot at a large run of hatchery chums for six hours Thursday. The opening is at Amalga Harbor, about 20 miles northwest of downtown Juneau.
The 71-year-old wooden tugboat Challenger that became a Seattle bunk-and-breakfast and later a home for a Juneau family has been dismantled and disposed.
State and federal agencies are readying boom and preparing to haze birds as the 96-foot Challenger is raised as early as Sunday.
Coast Guard and environmental officials are holding an open house Tuesday at DIPAC about the salvaging of the 96-foot Challenger on the bottom of Gastineau Channel.
Thursday is the opening of the purse seine season at Amalga Harbor in Juneau. Commercial fishermen will be able to catch chum released from the DIPAC hatchery.
“In Japan, 98 percent of our rivers are dammed and we have scarcity of wild salmon population,” Shunji Murakami says.
Seiners caught about 100,000 chum salmon. During the same time last year, about 700,000 were caught.