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NYNolaguy1
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re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
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Trying to bring 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles to Wisconsin for Easter weekend.


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Sao
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Member since Jun 2009
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re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles

Better add two sacks to make up for dead loss


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cajunbuck
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Member since Sep 2017
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re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
something else that you may look into... we have one of these on my crawfish catering trailer. if you know anyone in or around the grocery business, these are used to ship cold or frozen goods in. i got mine from a grocery store, basically like a giant yeti. mine will hold 16-18 sacks. may be worth a shot if you know anybody in that business
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Buck Magnum
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re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
I would call the Bandit. He does what they say can’t be done!


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musick
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re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
Lots of ice


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RedMustang
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Member since Oct 2011
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re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
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Duh frick? 2 or 3 days? Are you only driving just over 6 hrs a day? Some people could drive through 19 straight hours. But it can be done, realistically in less than 24 hrs


Exactly. We made many a 1200 mile trips. We’d leave at 4:00-4:30 AM and get there between 12:30-1:00 AM. It would take between 20-21 hours depending on how many times and how long we’d stop to eat.


L S Usetheforce
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Youngsville
Member since Jun 2004
21283 posts

re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
Rent a small towable u haul and ice it...leave it there...I do this all the time from Texas to Florida for parties.
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Martini
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Near Athens
Member since Mar 2005
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re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
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19 hours is 2-3 days of drive.



Lol. Give me 24 hours




I just need 19 if it’s a 19 hour drive.


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GaTiger27
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2016
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re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
Boil, Ice, Drive, Microwave.
Not that hard.


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TigerFanDan
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re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
REFER


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St George Tiger
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Baton Rouge
Member since Mar 2018
107 posts

re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
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10 sacks should be plenty, but if they are basically free then I guess who cares.

Since you'll have some extra, let a few dozen go free in the canals or ditches so they will reproduce and cause havoc for them damn yankees!


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vodkacop
LSU Fan
Louisiana
Member since Nov 2008
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re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
Baw you best call the bandit


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real turf fan
Tennessee Fan
East Tennessee
Member since Dec 2016
2324 posts

re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
Rent a truck.

A friend in Metairie carried five sacks about four miles. One crawfish escaped, and found a crevass in his car and then.................unknown to him...........it died. And then the heat of a Jefferson Parish spring went to work.

He smelled it before he saw it, in fact, he never found it. They tore the interior of his car apart. Replaced the trunk liner. On cool days, the car almost passed as normal. On any of the six months of summer, the crawfish was with him, even with his windows down.

He traded in for a new car in January, a cold January.

Rent a vehicle.


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SeabrookTiger
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Seabrook, TX
Member since Dec 2007
1001 posts

re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
Get a Uhaul trailer. Bottom layer of ice, then crawfish, then ice, then wet tarp. The trailer will keep things a bit cooler and out of the sun.

You might wanna find a sucker to rent it for you. No matter how much you spray it out, you will forever smell crawfish in that trailer.


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tokenBoiler
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Lafayette, Indiana
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SaDaTayMoses
LSU Fan
Da Platte
Member since Oct 2005
2902 posts

re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
Rent a uhaul.
Stack ice, crawfish, ice. It will melt and drain. Won't hold water and stay cold till you get there


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SG_Geaux
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re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
You mean besides a refrigerated truck?


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Tiger Ryno
Houston Astros Fan
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Member since Feb 2007
91647 posts

re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
Drill Holes in the bed if your truck So the water drains out and doesn't slosh around too much and create an unsafe road hazard for other drivers.


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Pico de Gallo
Member since Aug 2016
1694 posts

re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
Freezer trailer. There was a group of guys, I think the former owners of the Pelican House, that drove 2500-3500 pounds of crawfish to Omaha in 2015 and again in 2017. It’s doavle.


txtiger79
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Member since Oct 2007
960 posts

re: I need a failproof way to transport 14 sacks of crawfish 1,200 miles
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Hmmm
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