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#959643 - 10/08/08 07:35 PM Re: Easy way to load a deer( PICS) [Re: bonekelektr]
dmoo
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That would have been nice when I loaded the 220 lb buck in WI last year. Huffing and puffing.
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#1038129 - 11/18/08 08:25 PM Re: Easy way to load a deer( PICS) [Re: dmoo]
cuppedup50
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good idea
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#1042684 - 11/20/08 04:34 PM Re: Easy way to load a deer( PICS) [Re: bonekelektr]
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Very Nice doe and Nice Buck as well Here in NY we just throw them onto the 4 wheeler we don't use any pully systems takes about 30 sec. to throw them on that pully system is nice but how long does it take to set it all up?
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#1051974 - 11/25/08 08:28 PM Re: Easy way to load a deer( PICS) [Re: nybowhunter]
jaybird62
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Good system. I use two ropes tied to the deer. Throw 'em both over a limb, raise it up with the 4-wheeler, and tie the other one off. Pull under the deer and release the other rope.
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#1053516 - 11/26/08 04:12 PM Re: Easy way to load a deer( PICS) [Re: firedog]
rldel
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 Originally Posted By: firedog
I see that some think the lift and the pullies are for lazy folks. Just remember, some folks don't have a good back, or may have a handicapp that keep them from being able to pick that deer up and throw it on the ATV like u and I can. Speaking for myself, I have been in plenty of prediciments where i wished i had that pully system. I will be buying the pullies tommorrow, I have been having back troubles for a couple of years now. Its time for me to start using some brains instead of brawn.


that's my case and the winch serves well. Shoulder problem. Lately I avoid the issue by shootin' small deer ;\)

I've never used a trunk like that but rather a limb. My climber will get me far enough up easy enough and you don't have to run the straps far out.

it takes me a while to get set up and they don't always fall close to a good tree, but if my brothers aren't around to help & l can't lift it.. what choice do I have?
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#1054356 - 11/27/08 06:27 AM Re: Easy way to load a deer( PICS) [Re: firedog]
Allen Sullivan
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After 2 back surgerys and not wanting to give up hunting. I had no choice but to get something that I could load the deer by myself.

 Originally Posted By: firedog
I see that some think the lift and the pullies are for lazy folks. Just remember, some folks don't have a good back, or may have a handicapp that keep them from being able to pick that deer up and throw it on the ATV like u and I can. Speaking for myself, I have been in plenty of prediciments where i wished i had that pully system. I will be buying the pullies tommorrow, I have been having back troubles for a couple of years now. Its time for me to start using some brains instead of brawn.

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#1061646 - 12/02/08 07:54 AM Re: Easy way to load a deer( PICS) [Re: Allen Sullivan]
BigGame
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I am in good health and it takes about five minutes to set up. I dont know how big some of you are but if you are big enough to lift a two hundred lbs of deer onto a rack by yourself, you are a lot bigger than me. I am 43 yrs old and weigh 250. Loading a deer is like loading a six foot slick sack of jello. I could have loaded this doe without useing the winch but wanted to get some pics for you.
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#1065482 - 12/03/08 07:35 PM Re: Easy way to load a deer( PICS) [Re: bonekelektr]
DBLAARCHERY
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That would have been a nice deer in 2 years...")
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#1072453 - 12/08/08 12:56 PM Re: Easy way to load a deer( PICS) [Re: DBLAARCHERY]
Allen Sullivan
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When I was in my 20s I didn't have any problems either. But now in my 50's and back problems. Just not able to do it anymore.

Edited by Allen Sullivan (12/08/08 12:56 PM)

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#1072817 - 12/08/08 04:42 PM Re: Easy way to load a deer( PICS) [Re: Remi1187]
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 Originally Posted By: Remi1187
I like fat girls.... And thats a FAT ONE...
Amen brother!
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