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    Default What's your MEAT mover?????

    Packing it out with Barneys and Bull-Pacs are there any others???

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    worked for me for hauling out a moose three miles, one 5 day sheep hunt, and hauling out a muley...still in good shape

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    Dont forget about stretchers and plastic sleds

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    yamaha and meat wagon.

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    Cabela's Alaskan II for me...
    Vance in AK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vance in AK View Post
    Cabela's Alaskan II for me...
    Wooldridge Alaskan for me. Unless we are hunting up high that is then it is a Gregory Whitney Internal frame

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    suzuki 500 Vinson.... for me guys..
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    Default EZ load game cart

    http://www.ezloadgamecart.com/

    This is the best game cart I have found. I used it several times for Elk in MT. You can even hook the darn thing up to your ATV. I have only been in AK for 2 years now and have not had a chance to use it on a moose. The guy offers a third tire option for heavier loads.



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    Honda Foreman and a Plaschem PakRat trailer does the trick for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonesy View Post
    http://www.ezloadgamecart.com/

    This is the best game cart I have found. I used it several times for Elk in MT. You can even hook the darn thing up to your ATV. I have only been in AK for 2 years now and have not had a chance to use it on a moose. The guy offers a third tire option for heavier loads.




    hmmmmm not sure i would push this thing where moose live... needs some tundra tires..
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    Four mules; one jack; one mare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haff202 View Post
    Packing it out with Barneys and Bull-Pacs are there any others???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vance in AK View Post
    Cabela's Alaskan II for me...
    Ditto for myself.

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    This year I used my Eberlestock J104 and a cheap plasctic kids sled hitched to my pup who follows me everywhere anyway.

    The eberlestock worked on the moose, but I was wishing I had my Cabela's frame pack. Luckily, it wasn't over a 1/4 mile. The Eberlestock worked very good on caribou. The best surprise though was the pup pulling 3/4 of a bou easily over the tundra, especially when packing out multiple caribou. Might as well earn his food right.

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