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Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: 10gaugemag] #16655563 11/25/21
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Originally Posted by 10gaugemag
Seems like the long way around the schitt house.


Same here. Not being critical IF it works for them
it’s no skin off my nose. That idea doesn’t attract me.

I got a 3 wheeler in 1981 for hauling in Miss. Nat’l
Forest

Never needed to drag or carry a deer more than
1/4. The game pole between 2 guys works well.

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Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: Irving_D] #16655591 11/25/21
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Here is the backpack for anyone interested.

It’s great for those tweener spots. Too far to be motivated to drag but too close to want to take the time to quarter.

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Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: LongSpurHunter] #16655642 11/25/21
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Originally Posted by LongSpurHunter
I've never understood people dragging a deer 2 miles or carrying one out on their shoulders.


Some states don’t allow for 1/4’ing it and require it out whole or with head attached.


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Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: Calvin] #16655689 11/25/21
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Originally Posted by Calvin
Here is the backpack for anyone interested.

It’s great for those tweener spots. Too far to be motivated to drag but too close to want to take the time to quarter.

Huh. I'll be damned.

Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: Calvin] #16655717 11/25/21
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Originally Posted by Calvin
Originally Posted by AKduck
Ive seen the deer backpack pretty often up here. Usually results in a mess. Would be interesting to see the side cut work.


The deer backpack is definitely a rite of passage for young men up here. Shoot em and pack them yourself.

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Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: jwall] #16655920 11/25/21
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Originally Posted by jwall
[ The game pole between 2 guys works well.


bullfriggingchit....... maybe on your 50 pounders.

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Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: Irving_D] #16656078 11/25/21
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I would quarter it out if I had to go very far

Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: huntsman22] #16656138 11/25/21
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Originally Posted by huntsman22
Originally Posted by jwall
[ The game pole between 2 guys works well.


bullfriggingchit....... maybe on your 50 pounders.

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Always figured once they get to bouncing your shoulders would think WTF.


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Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: 10gaugemag] #16656169 11/25/21
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That, and the swinging of the deer, make it a PITA.


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Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: huntsman22] #16656263 11/25/21
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Originally Posted by huntsman22
Originally Posted by jwall
[ The game pole between 2 guys works well.


bullfriggingchit....... maybe on your 50 pounders.

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It's incredible how something that doesn't weigh *that* much in the grand scheme of things can feel so heavy when it's all dead weight.

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Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: huntsman22] #16656279 11/25/21
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Originally Posted by huntsman22
Originally Posted by jwall
[ The game pole between 2 guys works well.


bullfriggingchit....... maybe on your 50 pounders.

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Oh hell no. Tried that once with a pretty big deer. After the season we bought a game cart.

Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: Irving_D] #16656286 11/25/21
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From antelope season in late september to the end of the deer season the game cart is in the truck. If we get a serious snow and am still hunting I have 1 of those 6' black toboggan sleds they slide damn easy in the snow. Mb


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Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: Magnum_Bob] #16656299 11/25/21
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Originally Posted by Magnum_Bob
From antelope season in late september to the end of the deer season the game cart is in the truck. If we get a serious snow and am still hunting I have 1 of those 6' black toboggan sleds they slide damn easy in the snow. Mb


We used a sled this year second weekend and it was great in the fresh snow. The cart is in the background, unused and covered in snow.


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Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: huntsman22] #16656343 11/25/21
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Originally Posted by huntsman22
Originally Posted by jwall
[ The game pole between 2 guys works well.


bullfriggingchit....... maybe on your 50 pounders.

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Did that once......and only once.


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That is a horrible idea!!!

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Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: Irving_D] #16656391 11/25/21
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I would much rather drag than use a pole.

Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: Irving_D] #16656413 11/25/21
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[Linked Image from i.postimg.cc] No need for poles

Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: Irving_D] #16656540 11/25/21
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Hah! That reminds me of my dad and a buddy carrying a deer on a game pole between them. Dummies used a spud bar for the game pole.

I bet that hurt the next morning

Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: tzone] #16656617 11/25/21
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Originally Posted by tzone
Originally Posted by LongSpurHunter
I've never understood people dragging a deer 2 miles or carrying one out on their shoulders.


Some states don’t allow for 1/4’ing it and require it out whole or with head attached.


Do you have a list of these states? I'm genuinely interested.

Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: Irving_D] #16656619 11/25/21
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I think Nebraska is one of them or used to be.


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Re: Gutting a deer through its side [Re: goalie] #16656688 11/25/21
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Originally Posted by goalie
[quote=huntsman22][quote=jwall][ The game pole between 2 guys works well.


bullfriggingchit....... maybe on your 50 pounders.

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Oh hell no. Tried that once with a pretty big deer. After the season we bought a game cart.
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I can do the pole RATHER than drag for distance.
Haven’t killed a 50 # in years.

Yet - I have a 4 Wheeler.

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