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Caprelous

Deer Drag/sledge

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If you ever shoot a couple of Roe deer or a decent fallow you will know what its like trying to get the bag onto your back if your on your own so If you cut a few polythene drums length ways you have your self a ready made deer extraction sledge, strategically placing a few around your stalking grounds can save you a lot of hard work and effort by dragging the carcass out without contamination.

 

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If you ever shoot a couple of Roe deer or a decent fallow you will know what its like trying to get the bag onto your back if your on your own so If you cut a few polythene drums length ways you have your self a ready made deer extraction sledge, strategically placing a few around your stalking grounds can save you a lot of hard work and effort by dragging the carcass out without contamination.

 

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good idea caprelous

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That is a very very good idea,and I know 'Foxdropper' would agree with me.....lol

 

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Looks like he could have made use of it.

I have been caught out a few times when I have shot more than one in fact there has been a few occasions i have shot three and boy do you know you have yomped them out even short distances, the idea i came up with works a treat, with it being polythene and its shape it glides over heather and rough grass as if its on ice, works a treat. i have now quite a few scattered hidden in the forest in strategic places so if i do dab a few i make to the nearest one and the jobs sorted. Keeps blood and ticks off you as well.

 

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Caprelous

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