Posted by: bluestarroysters | May 7, 2017

2017 Season

We are off to a good start for 2017. Selling some of the best market oysters ever, which were available at the New York Cafe in Ketchikan. Have piles of new oyster seed coming into the FLUPSY. It’s going to be a great year!

Posted by: bluestarroysters | January 22, 2015

2015 Season: Oyster Nursery selling 1/2″ screen seed


UPDATE: We have millions of beautiful baby oysters from OceansAlaska in Ketchikan and Hawaiian Shellfish in Hilo.  They are growing great and should be coming to size on schedule.  Out of about 4 million, we could have as much as 1.5 million that are not yet spoken for.  Usually we are over subscribed, but the hatcheries really came through and we loaded up with a bit more than last year. Send me an email to to get on the list.

I can tell you that several of our customers, including a couple in WA, have given us unsolicited praise on the quality of our seed upon receipt and a year later.

Posted by: bluestarroysters | October 19, 2014

2014 season

My apologies for not posting sooner.  2014 has been a very busy year.   We’ve sold about 2.5 times as much seed this year as last and sold more oysters then ever.

Posted by: bluestarroysters | November 25, 2013

Lay up

The FLUPSY is layed up for winter.   Thanks to all of our customers for a successful season.  2014 will be even better.


Posted by: bluestarroysters | July 9, 2013

New water screener

Just got the new water screening table in from Forbidden Alloy LTd. of Courtney BC.  Photos to follow.  Going to test it out today.

Posted by: bluestarroysters | June 26, 2013


We have the fist million sold, orders for the second million lined up and ready to book the next one.  Make sure that I hear from you so that you don’t “fall through the cracks”.  

Posted by: bluestarroysters | June 26, 2013

Sales Orders

We are lining up sales.  You can “get in line” by emailing me at or call Anthony Lindoff at  907-586-9271.  He will make sure that I’ve got your info.

The steps to keep your place in line are:

1. Fill out an return (via email or USPS) your Sales order.  You can send in more than one if you are ordering for different time periods, ie for 2014.   Note that for larger orders you may not get all of the order at once – as supply is limited at this time and we need to spread the orders a bit.  I’ll do my best to tell you as soon as possible about that kind of situation.

2. When we receive the seed from that hatchery that your order will be filled from then we will require a 20% deposit to be sent.  If you haven’t been told up front then expect an invoice to arrive when we get the applicable seed.

3. You will need to submit a transport permit application to ADF&G before we can ship.  If you have submitted this application before we are cleared by pathology (which ensure that our outgoing seed is disease free) then ADF&G will hold your permit until we are cleared.

4. We need to have shipping worked out.  I will be in touch with you about this.  This should become quite standard in the future.

5. After your order has been sent to you, then you will receive a final invoice that includes any shipping/handling charges.

Let us worry about your seed needs.  Know that we are “turning over every stone” to get you what you need.


Eric Wyatt

BlueStarr Oyster Co.

Posted by: bluestarroysters | June 25, 2013

Update 6/25/13

Water temps in the shade at 58-59F.  Growth is excellent.  Site inspection by ADF&G and DNR today.  All is good.

Posted by: bluestarroysters | June 15, 2013

Conditions update

6-15-13  Water temps starting to spike above  13C  (to 56F) in shade at 3 ft depth.

Blooms of Noctiluca in area, but bins clear except for slight surface scum.

Posted by: bluestarroysters | June 13, 2013

ADF&G Certification

We are not yet certified by ADF&G to sell seed.  If you submit an application for a  transport permit (from us to you)  before we are certified, then ADF&G will hold it until we are.  The certification is to ensure that our product is “disease free.”

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