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Old 10-30-2017, 08:10 PM
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What is the best deer "game" cart less than $100
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Old 10-30-2017, 09:35 PM
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I saw a deer tracker using a plastic sled like you put duck decoys and accessories in. I used it to get a deer out and it works great. I bought mine through Home Depot for about $40.
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Old 10-31-2017, 10:51 AM
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the herters cart from Cabelas is pretty cheap. Around $60 on sale
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Sportsmans guide has one for 49.99 and free shipping.
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Deer sleigh'r...$25 at sportsman guide. Not a cart, but it is pack-able and works great.
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Deer sleigh'r...$25 at sportsman guide. Not a cart, but it is pack-able and works great.
I have both a sleigh and a cart. Both work great in different situations.
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thought about this one....
https://www.rogerssportinggoods.com/...20-wheels.html
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That looks nice, but where I hunt, carts just aren't practical...mountain terrain, logs, boulders, laurel, etc. I could definitely see them useful in flatter terrain though. Get one and let's see a deer draped across it on the way out of the woods :-)
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What Iíve used for 40 years, a good rope
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Bought mine from Academy Sports. I think around $60 bucks. I've had good service out of it.
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What I’ve used for 40 years, a good rope

X-2....Tie the front legs around the deers neck and they
drag thru the woods lots easier.....On a buck use horns to
drag out...

I do have a Sportsmans Guide cart but unless it is a really
big deer i just tie it up and drag it out...
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I'm thinking about getting the Sherpa game cart because half the problem with getting a deer out when your hunting in the midwest is you have to get your stand out along with it. This allows easy way to get your climber in and out while also taking the deer with it. Has anyone used one of these yet?
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