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How do YOU get your deer out of the woods to the truck? I use a Cabelas game hauler.

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  • rudyglove27
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    Drag it the old fashioned way!

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  • rudyglove27
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    Drag it the old fashioned way!

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  • Sarge01
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    I go get my 4 wheeler and haul or drag the deer back to camp. Over the years I have done my share of dragging deer by hand.

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  • CavRecon
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    Kubota tractor with a front loader.

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  • huntcamp
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    Drag to trail than get ATV. Drug enough the old fashioned way, so now I cheat.

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  • Big C
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    Luckily for me my hunting buddy has an atv. Sometimes I have to drag the deer to the trail, but that is nothing compared to what many others have to go through.

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  • hunterkid94
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    paracord line and my dad

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  • bomberpride
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    drag it the old fashioned way

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  • CPT BRAD
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    550 cord and a stick usually. Horns if it has em and a hunting buddy! 4 wheelers and 4wd work real well also.

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  • T
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    A 6 foot 4 dad's friend. They're great you should check one out some time.

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  • trailertrash
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    I drag it out with my drag rope or if it's too big I find a couple stong sticks and make a travois.

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  • rjbedrock
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    The old fashion way, DRAG IT!!

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  • Jim in Mo
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    Spence thats a good idea. The last three years I've looked in stores for those 5 ft. plastic sleds we'd use on snow but it seems they've gone out of style. Every year I plan on using a stick with a 10 ft rope tied on each end and to the deer and then get inside, sort of like pushing a lawn mower, but I'll be damned if I don't leave the rope in the truck.

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  • Spence
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    Find an old car top carrier spilt it in half tie a rope to one end and pull away. the plastic carrier should slide over anything with ease. spence in pa.

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  • Sharkfin
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    I use a 4-wheeler to get them to the truck. I've got a deer drag that I've modified to get them to the 4-wheeler. I hunt the thick stuff so I usually have anywhere from 75 to 200 yards to drag before I can get to the 4-wheeler. I can't remember who made the drag but it is a double harness over the shoulder blaze orange drag that came with a small ring and light weight rope. I broke the rope the first year and bent the ring the second so I replaced it with heavier duty stuff. I cinch the deer up and take off slow and steady.

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