Multi-purpose tool for old guys !!!

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  1. SouthernMDArcher

    SouthernMDArcher Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Jet sled, Well worth it. I found out it floats with a buck in it...................lol. Dragging buck out I crossed a creek 5 feet wide 6 inches deep. When I pulled it across the creek sled got real easy to pull, "I thought wow it floats". I dragged the deer in the sled in the creek for 200 yards in ankle high water...........haha !!!

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    I have a plastic sled we used to tow our kids on. The sides are not as tall as yours but it sure pulls easier than just the deer on the ground.

    I have a shoulder harness that I tie to the sled. Makes me a human mule
     
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    Nicely done!! Nothing wrong with making them easier to drag out.

    I picked up a Hawk Crawler deer cart 2 years ago and ever since I've been cursing myself for not getting one sooner. Dragging deer is a young man's game.
     
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    I’ve used a jet sled for several years; well worth it.


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    I second the hawk crawler! Tires are getting a little dry rotted but still holding up
     
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    Nice buck and yes the jet sleds are awesome we float them through flooded timber with bags of duck decoys, blind bags, shotguns, etc. Well worth the investment
     
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    I have a similar sled I bought at Tractor Supply. It has depressions in the bottom to hold five gallon buckets without sliding around. And, yes, it is perfect for hauling deer out of the woods. Old or not ;-)
     

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