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Re: NFC: Shipping Fish, Again...

If you call the local airport that is on the list that robert sent, and let 
them know where the packages are going, they will provide charter planes.  
If there arn't planes available, either don't lable the package at all, or 
don't ship....

Chris Perry, Owner
E Fish Solutions
fishystuff00 at hotmail_com

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>Ok, I know this has been discussed but I still havent come up with any
>solutions to the problem of shipping fish thru the USPS. Has anyone
>firsthand experience of this and if so what were the obstacles you
>encountered ?
>I need to ship some fish soon and would like to go thru as few problems as
>possible. Thanks for any and all help...
>Charles Anderton
>Round Rock, Texas

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