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    Game Bags, Which are the best?

    Whats everyones 2 cents on the best game bags? just the plain jane nothin fancy or is there a style or brand in which is better than others? Also reusable ones? a good way to save money or a good way to end up with a mess?

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    There is an equipment review on game bags on the web site. Generally, equipment reviews are done on things the staff really likes.

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    I used pillow cases for years but now I use the canvas type that are washable. Just be sure you don't use the wife's good ones. Oops

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    I like t.a.g bags, caribou gear style. I am building my own right now out of silnylon.

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    Oh ya forgot DR. I know use DR bags. They have handles and are Bad A%#

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    I used pillow cases for years but now I use the canvas type that are washable. Just be sure you don't use the wife's good ones. Oops
    I've used a lot of those. I used to use grain bags, which were cotton and really worked well. Can't get them any more as everyone used that plastic woven crap now instead of cotton. I also have some muslin ones that my wife made from some bolts of material I bought.
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    Caribou game bags have served me well light weight and reusable. http://www.biggamebags.com/
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    i see the review now caribou bags look pretty nice, thanks for the heads up ill haft to try em out

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    Anybody use the Alaska game bags? Are they any good? The price would lead me to believe they aren't..
    My mind is a raging torrent, flooded with rivulets of thought cascading into a waterfall of creative alternatives.

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    Caribou bags are a copy of Larry Bartlett's TAG bags. I prefer the original.

 

 

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