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Old 09-13-2005, 10:34 AM   #1
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Food Saver the Q, pack it in dry ice and Fed-Ex.
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Old 09-13-2005, 11:26 AM   #2
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Food Saver the Q, pack it in dry ice and Fed-Ex.
Bingo! We have a winner! This is probably the only way you would be able to send it!
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Old 09-13-2005, 11:38 AM   #3
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I ship frozen salmon to a friend that lives in suburban Washington DC every fall. I foodsaver it, freeze it and ship it FedEx next day with frozen gel packs in the box. It always arrives in primo shape still frozen. I don't know if they are available where you live, but here I can buy sturdy cardboard boxes that have a one inch thick styrofoam liner made for shipping frozen product. The box will hold about 6 frozen silver salmon.

Just like Nick and Larry said.

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Hi friends

I'm off to visit my brother-in-law who lives in Cold Bay, Alaska, tomorrow. He's a commercial salmon and halibut fisherman. When visiting we do some sport fishing with rod and reel. Here's a picture from last year of us unloading SOME of the silvers from the skiff onto the fishing boat. That's my wife on the right.




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I'm off to visit my brother-in-law who lives in Cold Bay, Alaska, tomorrow. He's a commercial salmon and halibut fisherman. When visiting we do some sport fishing with rod and reel. Here's a picture from last year of us unloading SOME of the silvers from the skiff onto the fishing boat. That's my wife on the right.




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