Re: Shipping salmon
Go buy a "5-Day" Coleman cooler (silver-colored fiberglass, white top). They really work.
Freeze fish. Put fish in, seal, ship air cargo. No sweat.
If necessary (more than 2 days en route, add up to 5 pounds of dry ice. That is the limit. Take to air cargo unsealed and they will inspect it. Then seal and ship. That ought to be good for a week or more.
We send frozen fish to our clients all over the U.S. routinely. We've never had a thawing problem.
[ 02-14-2004, 02:23 PM: Message edited by: Thumper ]
Time for CCA to now start focusing on cormorants and Caspian terns. Let's save a few million smolts!
Tillamook Anglers!!! Good people doing great things!