Animals in Packs!

gonhunting247

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AK MooseDSC00377.jpgNot a pack, But worked great for heavy loads going short distance!
 
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Knappy

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My Mystery Ranch pack loaded down with boned out elk meat from my 2013 Idaho archery elk hunt.
 

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Here is another one from a few years back that I am sure a few of you guys remember! Do any of you know which DVD this buck is on?
 

gonhunting247

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I found a couple more I thought I'd share. Some of my favorites are on 35mm film and not converted to digital yet!Colorado 2010 014.jpgColorado 2010 015.jpg

Awesome pics everyone!
 

Hycntryhtr

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My buddy's daughter shot her first coues deer. I got to pack it out. Fit the whole buck in my bag. Not the first time I've done this.. Makes a nice easy pack out!



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npaden

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My favorite picture of an animal in one of my packs. We actually weighed the pack back at camp and it was right at 105 lbs. 55" outside spread and 55" main beams on him. My Boone and Crockett meat bull.



I keep thinking I am going to get him back from the taxidermist any day now, I'll have to give him a call and see what the status is.
 
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25contender

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This was the 5th and last trip to the truck 2014 to pack out two elk and camp in 5 days!! The worst part was the lack of sleep only 15-20 hours in 5 nights.



 

6mm Remington

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Man love the pictures. First is my buddies bighorn ram he got in Upper Rock Creek Montana. I had the front half and the head and cape in the pack in this picture. Heavy!



The young man w/o anything on his back took his first elk, a really nice cow. My son Jeff and I had the rear half on the game cart and he had one front quarter in his pack. I took the other front quarter, both tenderloins and back straps, and any rib and elk meat I could in mine. One trip and elk to the truck!



Wish I could locate some more of my pictures.
David
 

gonhunting247

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Half way out with my first Mt. Goat. Right about now I'm thinking about how to lighten my pack next time:)DSCN0641.jpg
 

ivorytip

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5 years ago, at tail end of the back pack haul, ive always been so bad about getting pack pics, once boy is loaded it up go go go time.
the elk... my favorite hunting pic, my senior year of high school in 1999. it was the last year dad and all of us boys all hunted together. last family hunting pic. kinda sad.....
and MM, im the one with the pre 64 .270:cool:
 
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