Where to store fish in Anchorage

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  • tdelarm
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    Originally posted by fishfood View Post
    We're coming up in August, and will be fishing different areas (Mat Su rivers, Homer, Seward, Valdez). I need a place to store frozen fish while we are out and about. I know about the airport, but at 15 bucks a day per box we're looking at a 300$ or more potential bill. Anyone know of a cheaper alternative, or better yet, anyone in Anchorage area have some freezer space they'd make available. I can pay cash or a few fillets roud:, your choice.
    In the good old days I believe 10th & M did that.

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  • oldmil007
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    Got your PM there RustyMonkey. Thanks much for the offer. The six of us might strain your available space a bit but let me know what you think.

    - Jay

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  • RustyMonkey
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    Send me a PM.

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  • oldmil007
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    " I know about the airport, but at 15 bucks a day per box we're looking at a 300$ or more potential bill."

    Yikes, that could be a bit spendy for sure Fishfood!

    We'll be in the same situation in early August so thanks for bringing this question up. Possibly a butcher shop or grocery store might be able to help us? Maybe find a processor closer to Anchorage?

    - Jay

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  • nuprofessor
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    The processor my wife & I use stores our fish at no charge until we leave. Granted our processor is in Soldotna, but you can ask the processor you plan to use in Anchorage & see if they offer the same deal.

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  • fishfood
    started a topic Where to store fish in Anchorage

    Where to store fish in Anchorage

    We're coming up in August, and will be fishing different areas (Mat Su rivers, Homer, Seward, Valdez). I need a place to store frozen fish while we are out and about. I know about the airport, but at 15 bucks a day per box we're looking at a 300$ or more potential bill. Anyone know of a cheaper alternative, or better yet, anyone in Anchorage area have some freezer space they'd make available. I can pay cash or a few fillets roud:, your choice.

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