Retailers Who Offer Our Boxes

ALASKA - Central Region - Sportsman's Warehouse, Fred Meyer, Wal-Mart, Carr's Safeway's, Alaska Commercial, LFS Stores, Soldotna Hardware & Fishing - Soldotna, Big Rays - Kodiak,

Alaska Butcher Equipment & Supply-Anchorage, Rust's Flying Service, Easy Freeze- Valdez, AK,

Alaska West Region - Bristol Bay

Alaska South East Region - Murray Pacific,/ Foodland, IGA - Super Bear - Juneau, AK

Sportsman's Warehouse- Fred Meyer - Juneau, Hammer & Wikan - Petersburg, AK

British Columbia Canada - SeaPro Distribution, Aqua-Pak, Noboco Styro Containers

Oregon - Fred Meyer Stores -Warrenton, Brookings, Coos Bay, Newport, Tillamook, Oregon

San Diego, CA - Seaforth Sportfishing

Cabo / LaPaz Mexico - Smokey's Ahumadora, East Cape Smokehouse-Chris Moyers +1 (858) 243-5360 - [email protected]

Alaska Fishing Lodges Who Use Our 50 Lb. Airline Boxes

Bristol Bay - Rainbow King Lodge, Naknek River Camp, Becharof Lodge, Toman's Outdoor Adventure, fish the Nush, Alaska Bear Claw Lodge

Central Alaska - Kenai Riverbend Resort, Drifter's Landing, Artic Wolf Lodge

Valdez Alaska - Easy Freeze

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Shipping Information

Our pricing is a delivered price to any location in Oregon or Washington based on pallet quantities for the 50lb. TRY Fold Box. The FB5 and AS2 foam box kits are packaged in sleeves and sold at our many retail locations in Alaska. You can also purchase individual boxes at the many retailers located in the lower 48 states and throughout Alaska, Canada, Washington, Oregon, San Diego and Cabo/LaPaz, Mexico.

Box Specifications

-50 lb TRY Fold Box50 lb Water ReistantFB5 Foam Fish BoxAS2 Foam Fish Box
*Box Side: Inside Dimension:31.50” x 11.25” x 9“28.75” x 14.75” x 7.5”23.00” x 9.40” x 5.70”31.50” x 11.3”x 9.0”
*Cubic Feet:1.851.86.711.85
*Box Material:
Non-Wax Recyclable
3/16"foil/bubble liner
Non-Wax Recyclable - 100% Recycle
Liner available
Corrugated Box
Foam Insert
Corrugated Box
Foam Insert
*Boxes per Pallet:160 - 1 pallet240 – 2 pallets16 per sleeve9 per sleeve
*Set Up Box:2” or 3” tapeNo Staples2” or 3” tape2” or 3” tape
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What You Need to Know

Transporting fresh or frozen fish or game requires having a plan in place to ensure you have all of the packaging materials required and a good understanding of the amount of time that will be required to get your fish or game to your destination.

Shipping Tips

​The quality of how your product arrives at your destination is solely based on how well you clean, filet, vacuum pack, freeze and pack your product in an approved Airline Shipping box that meets the duration for your travel time. - Visit Fish Alaska online Tips for Correctly Packaging and Transporting your fish and Game.

The Most Common Types of Containers Used to Transport Fresh or Frozen Fish Are:

TRY Fold 50 lb. Airline Shipping Box, FB5 and AS2 Foam Box Kits, Wax Boxes, Plastic Coolers

When Deciding What Type of Box You Plan to Use to Transport Your Fresh or Frozen Product, You Need to Think About These Things.
  • Are you shipping fresh or frozen fish or game
  • Will your fish or game be cut to size, or will it be large pieces or smaller fillets?
  • Will your product be vacuum-packed and frozen or shipped as fresh
  • What is the duration of time it will take to get your product to your destination?
  • Are you driving or flying, and if flying, does the airline have any restrictions for containers and refrigerants like dry ice?

Once you can provide the answers to these questions, then you should be able to confirm what type of container you plan to use. Most retailers offer these boxes as well as most of the fishing and hunting lodges.

If you are transporting frozen vacuum-packed product, you will want to make sure to fill your box complete to remove any air in the box, which will allow your frozen product to remain frozen for a longer duration of time

If you are transporting fresh product and want to keep it at refrigerator temperature, you should source gel ice or dry ice. When applying either of these two products, you will want to put some refrigerant on the bottom of the cooler, then your fresh product, then more refrigerant. This will create a circular motion of coolant around your product. Remember to add extra dunnage if necessary to remove all the air from inside the box.

I hope these tips will help you with your packaging problems.

How Does the Foil/bubble Bag Provide Insulation?

The foil/bubble bag combo material is designed to reflect light, heat and cold elements. The air/bubble material provides conductive insulation, and when combined with the foil layer, it enhances the insulation properties.

Our Airline Shipping Boxes were field-tested by the staff at Fish Alaska Magazine and were issued the 2012 Field Test Award.