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AquaticJ

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To be honest with you, when we receive fish from our distributor, they come all the way from Illinois to Ohio(in bags). So 3 hours really shouldn’t be a problem. You could bring a bucket with a lid and put them in there, but I don’t think I’d be necessary.
 
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AquaticJ said:
To be honest with you, when we receive fish from our distributor, they come all the way from Illinois to Ohio(in bags). So 3 hours really shouldn’t be a problem. You could bring a bucket with a lid and put them in there, but I don’t think I’d be necessary.
Yeah, Thanks. I’m just being super paranoid probably.
 

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I haul most my fish about 3 hours. Keep them covered so it's dark and out of the sun so they don't get hot. Should be totally fine.
 
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sfsamm said:
I haul most my fish about 3 hours. Keep them covered so it's dark and out of the sun so they don't get hot. Should be totally fine.
Definitely, I do that with my Betas too. I also heard its helps reduce stress.
 

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I agree with sfsamm. The biggest risk with traveling with fish is temperature changes. Insulate the bags well, with a blanket or a pillow. You should be fine.
 
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