This is the first year for me to do a completely solo wilderness moose hunt. All off my previous moose hunts have been with a partner and we shared the butchering job on all our bulls. I have no problem with understanding anything regarding how to completely butcher and bone out a moose. What I'm looking for here is actual tried-and-true advice from those who have done it all by themselves with zero help. I need to skin, disassemble and then bone out all the meat if I am successful. I'm mainly curious about 2 aspects of the job:
1. How do you manage the quarters (lift, pry and control) while skinning and cutting them off the carcass?
2. How do you flip the carcass after completing one entire side of butchering?
Keep in mind that I will be severely limited by weight going in; Super Cub flight. That means no come-along, no big bundles of rope, no block & tackle and no serious tools. I'll be equipped about like you'd expect for a sheep hunter. I could use some knowledge if it is out there!