The other thread about packing got me to thinking - dangerous thing. This picture is of by far the worst butchering situation I have ever been involved with and I have done more than my share, you always remember the bad ones. I know how we handled it then and I definitely know what I would do in the future.
So how would you handle the following oh s*** moment. You pull the trigger and for whatever reason you find the moose laying in the mud. Roughly 30 feet to the boat, each step you find yourself sinking farther in the mud. The more you move around the moose the wetter and deeper it gets. Just walking across the area is a challenge - I know most of you have been in that crap. Curious for ideas and options based on the tools you normally carry with you and the number of people you usually have in your hunting party. Obviously meat care is the biggest concern.