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Just an FYI for everyone.

Drove by Kool ice in Cambridge and they have a sign out stating they now sell dry ice.

Dry Ice is very good in bait coolers because it doesn't leave any water behind when it melts and also lasts way longer than regular ice for extended trips.

I also heard its very good for freezing left over bait.

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And - from what little I have heard about - alot less does more - with less mess.

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dry ice on bottom...then pack as normal=no water in the bottom it will freeze as it gets closer to the dry ice.

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I support the dry ice on a sort'a shelf over top and let the cold air flow down. I have only done this with drinks/food, haven't done bait yet.

Jim, what do they want for a pound, or however they sell it?

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I support the dry ice on a sort'a shelf over top and let the cold air flow down. I have only done this with drinks/food, haven't done bait yet.

Jim, what do they want for a pound, or however they sell it?

I have no idea, I didn't stop in. I just drove by it and noticed the sign outside that stated they sell dry ice. I'll inquire more about it when I get my seafood fix for the weekend at Kools!

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