The Honolulu Fish Auction is the anchor of the Commercial Fishing Village on Pier 38. It's the only fish auction between Tokyo and Maine. In fact, it's the only fresh tuna auction of its kind in the United States. Fishing boats tie up and unload their catch just a few feet from this modern, state-of-the-art facility.
A documentary investigating the historical timeline of the commercial fishing industry on Long Beach Island, New Jersey. We welcome you to visit our trailers. Presented by Viking Village and Kaltenbach Productions.
Viking Village Seafood Production Dock
Fish for Tomorrow
National Aquaculture Association
The port of Viking Village on the northern tip of Long Beach Island, Barnegat Light, New Jersey. With over 40 commercial fishing boats the seafood production dock is known for their high quality of net fish and the excellent "wild Atlantic sea scallop."
Great Chefs . Fine Seafood . Recipes
From the sea to the frying pan. Enjoy watching the pros in action. Featuring chefs who visit Barnegat Light's Viking Village Dock and pick out some of the finest fresh seafood available on the east coast. Over 15 videos to watch and learn.
Hookin' & Cookin'Seafood Cooking Show
Consider the Source! Products from Lund's Fisheries are among the finest, freshest and cleanest seafood and fish products available in todays world market. Worldwide distribution of the finest fish and seafood products fresh from the sea.
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The Garden State Commercial Seafood Industry Award
Honolulu Seafood Auction
The most effective method to increase oyster production is to plant clean shell ( also known as cultch ) at the appropriate time to provide a clean surface for setting larvae.
Filmmaker for the Fishermen
FishSpan is pioneering a new concept in the fishing realm. Broadcast programs may be viewed through the webcast show of Fishspan's Archival website, global satellite networks, cable access programming, cellular phones, all information highways to ensure communication, exposure and distribution.
In all the years David has been shooting the fishing industry up and down the east coast, he's discovered that the fishermen, recreational, party / charter captains, and the commercial sector, do not have a media conduit or an avenue to communicate. He then came up with the creation of FishSpan, Broadcasting Global Fish News, worldwide. FishSpan.net has it's own creative innovative broadcast platform. Not only reporting global fish news, but creating re-enactments of 'Salty Dog' Sea Stories, filming chefs at the Dockside Kitchen segway, producing series of historical featurettes, regular updates from around the world ... and Washington D.C. That's only a few aspects of the show.
The Oyster Restoration Program - Shellplanting
Documentary promoting sustainable fisheries and responsible fishing.
Viking Village has been very supportive and proactive with the cooperative research program in order to ensure "FISH for the FUTURE."
David Kaltenbach is among those who are looking to bring the fishing industry to the forefront through professionally choreographed film productions, distribution and marketing, innovative dynamic public relations and strategic planning. Kaltenbach, who is formally schooled in biological oceanography, has worked in the field and lab as a marine scientist. David proves he's just at home on the water as he is behind the lens of the camera. The transition from biologist was a natural transformation that led to broadcast programs, full length feature films and documentaries. Because of his eclectic background, David speaks the same language with the fishermen, the research scientists and the advocates of the fishing industry.
Blue Water Fishermen's Association
To recognize individuals and/or entities that exhibit outstanding professionalism and commitment to promote the health, success, and sustainability of New Jersey's commercial seafood industry through diligence and innovation.
To provide a unified national voice for aquaculture that ensures its sustainability,
protects its profitability, and encourages its development in an environmentally responsible manner.
Filmmaker David Kaltenbach traveled on behalf of Blue Water Fishermen’s Association along the Eastern seaboard, from Gloucester MA to Beaufort, NC interviewing longline fishermen. With a common thread interwoven amongst them, they commented on bluefin tuna and the issues that would arise if the longline industry was shut down after their small bluefin quota was met.
During my interim of going out to sea and filming for the fishermen, I have always asked the individual to speak to me about the most harrowing experience while on the ocean.
Yesterday's Fish Today's Challenges
42nd Annual East Coast Commercial Fishermen's & Aquaculture Trade Exposition
Maryland Watermen's Association