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    Thank you all for the responses. I'll probably pick one up this spring and take it to the upcoming hunts this fall.

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    I like my brothers approach best .

    he told his 13 year old son that his mother didn't think he was tough enough to pack my brothers deer out himself. his son packed my brothers buck for him to prove his mother wrong.

    should have seen his face when he was told his mother never said that. lol.
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    We used game carts to haul waterfowl decoys on public land, well established trails. Works great!

    Hunting in Sandhills, I switched to a decoy sled and a shoulder harness. The wheels of the carts dig in to the sandy soil. Easier to pull a sled. Still a pain the arse.

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    I had one from living in CT before I moved to CO. Since I moved here I hardly ever use it. If you're on forest roads most of the time it's probably fine but up and down over mountain terrain it's just too much work to lug around. Most aren't too stable if you tip them to the side and I do that pretty much all the time hiking around saddles and draws...

    That said, when the terrain and weather lets you use one, you're real glad to have one...

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    I would love to see pictures of homemade carts
    Do you know what Jim Bridger said about the Indians? " Just when your not seeing any is about the time they are fixing to get the thickest"

 

 
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