Yeah i agree. The only way I'd do this is if its during archery only seasons and in open terrain where I can see everything. OR i could wrap the deer in a blaze orange coat or tarp:grin: still would probably get shot thoTry doing this here nd dozens of Utard "hunters" will shoot em right off of you!
Is mule tape the flat webbing you use for pulling wires through conduit? That stuff is pretty amazing.I also prefer the cut up and pack out method. But I have found that mule tape works great too if the situation is right. You can literally wind thousands of feet of it on my capstan winch. With a rating upward of 2500 lbs it will really pull.----SS
That's the stuff. In my profession, I often have the opportunity to pick up huge lengths of used stuff after large scale fiber optic cable pulls. I never let them throw it away. Good for hunting, camping, and boy scouts love playing with the stuff.----SSIs mule tape the flat webbing you use for pulling wires through conduit? That stuff is pretty amazing.
Like Critter said, depends on where you are. You need to know the law where you are at. As a kid we used to drive considerable distances off road to retrieve game, when conditions allowed. It was low impact when done right, and back then there were few people where we hunted(It is one hell of a hike now). The problem that arises now, is that someone sees your tracks, so they follow them, and the next guy does the same thing. before too long, you have a road to nowhere, and then a few more, and before too long, they are everywhere.Anyone have personal experience running into a conservation officer while removing game? Are they at all understanding if you drive off of established roads to get game out? I haven't had to deal with this, so I was just wondering.
I'd hate to bust my hump all day just to find out I could have drove in and used my machinery without major legal issues. I also would hate to be working my arse off pulling an animal out and also be constantly looking over my shoulder for the Po-Po.
Thread Jacked....sorry, as you were.:sorry:
I have lots of the stuff, but never heard it called mule tape. Very low stretch, unlike a lot of rope.That's the stuff. In my profession, I often have the opportunity to pick up huge lengths of used stuff after large scale fiber optic cable pulls. I never let them throw it away. Good for hunting, camping, and boy scouts love playing with the stuff.----SS