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    Default halibut mail orders?

    I'm looking for a company that has a good reputation for sending fresh halibut fillets.do any of you have any recommendations.thank you.

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    The commercial season is closed from early November to mid-March, so there's nothing available fresh right now.
    "Fishing relaxes me. It's like yoga, except I still get to kill something." --Ron Swanson

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    What Brian said, doubt you'll find Fresh. Pickled Willies here in Kodiak ships lots of holiday stuff and they may have something for ya.
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    Captain Jack's in Seward ships gift packs.

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    Island Seafoods in Kodiak can take care of you with frozen halibut, like was stated above no fresh available.

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    thank you for the information

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    Tanner's Fresh Fish Processing [tannersfish@gmail.com]

    great people too work with!!

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    not sure what you want ? you have the fish to ship or want to buy some fish to ship it ?
    if you have the fish UPS OR FedX will get it to where you want it to both do a good job at it if it is frozen put it in a cardboard box
    seal it tight with good packing tape , an it will be there the next day still frozen , no ice needed , talk to FEDX & UPS an see what you
    have to do , this is not cheep to ship frozen fish , you can do the leg work or 10 & M will do it for you , don't get me wrong there are other
    places, just like them that will do the leg work for you, & you pay for the leg work, you can buy a hard cooler pack it with your frozen fish
    seal it up with frozen fish an news paper or foam penuts to fill the void in the BOX or coller I have dun it a few times, SID

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