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For 30 some years, I've drug em out of the woods with a rope to start with, and finally a strap that fits shoulder high that allows one to not use any hands while dragging.
Last couple of years, the spring chicken has turned into a cranky old rooster, and use the three wheeler whenever possible, and a 2 wheel cart when not.

How about you guys?

 

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Carry,drag and roll them out on a cart.I have even floated one in Kaw lake along the shore for about 3/4 mile.It had rained the night before and the mud was ankle deep.
 

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Carry,drag and roll them out on a cart.I have even floated one in Kaw lake along the shore for about 3/4 mile.It had rained the night before and the mud was ankle deep.
Last season, had a doe that fell into the creek.
Easy pulling until the dry field.
 

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most the places i hunt i can get a quad in pretty deep to limit dragging. sometimes when circumstances permit i can get the truck in there to limit work...otherwise its drag it with a rope.
 

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I moan, groan, and kick'n scream the whole drag out. I did sit on one once and ride it down the mountain road like a sled. No controll however.
 

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Dennis, I drag and cuss till I can get my polris ranger to them then winch into the back. A little work onthe winch so the line will go over the back. Sure helps an old mans back!
 

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I hear ya on the back. Threw mine out twice loading in the back of the pickup.
I'll have to post a pic of the hoist that I use now. I'm hunting in the am so I'll do it then.
If I take the three wheeler, the tri-fold ramp works great to get them in the back.
 
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