Marie Rose, co-owner of Shoreline Wild Salmon, pulls in a salmon. The three-year-old Pelican-based fishing company does most of its business in the Midwest, but wants to do more business in Southeast Alaska, co-owners said. (Courtesy Photo | Joe Emerson)

Marie Rose, co-owner of Shoreline Wild Salmon, pulls in a salmon. The three-year-old Pelican-based fishing company does most of its business in the Midwest, but wants to do more business in Southeast Alaska, co-owners said. (Courtesy Photo | Joe Emerson)

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