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    And when you're not in a wilderness area where wheels aren't allowed.

    I do like game carts in the right conditions. I used one to take a buck over a fence this last fall, helping to make a very difficult recovery a bit easier.



    It was a year for difficult recoveries...




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    Neat pics of a wheel cart in action. Not sure I'd every seen a fence crossing with a wheel cart before. X2 on the wheel restriction issue in wilderness areas. Where we hunted in AZ last year, no wheeled vehicles permitted of any type...

    Last season was my first pack in hunt and used the TZ6000. One of my buddies had the same pack and our third partner is considering hte 5000 or 6000 for our elk hunt in CO this year. Very versatile and packs well. Little on heavy side to start off but for me as you reach the 60-70# pack weight, plus or minus 3-5# doesn't impact me.

    Liked this pack so much, I found some good deals and added the TZ1250 lumbar pack and TZ1140 strap pack which I may strap on to the 6000 to use as the daily pack.
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    I've got a pack from Walmart that is around 2500si and paid 50 dollars for it. Packed an elk a mulie and 2 whitetails with it so far. Works great for me

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    If I could afford a quality hunting pack and if I know I would have the time to use it I would buy one. However in my situation I can only afford one pack for all my hunting and summer backpacking so I have a Kelty and I love it. Have only hauled one doe out about 1.5 miles. It is noisier than I would like but it is comfortable. Maybe someday..........sigh

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    Eberlestock is I'm packing a rifle or Badlands if it's the bow!

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    I use a mountainsmith apex 100 liter. At 6100 ci it's plenty big for a 7 day outing. It's fairly light and handles 80# like a champ. It's just a black backpacking pack but serves me well. Very comfortable and adjustable. Oh and affordable as well.

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    The new Eberlestock F1 Mainframe is awesome. Very lightweight (just over 4 lbs with bag attached) and can do anything that any other pack on the market can do at a fraction of the cost. And there is no skimping on quality, thats for sure. Check out the next issue of EBJ...myself and Jordan did a review on this pack. I will definitely be using it this fall.

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    My nomad came in a few days ago. I really like it so far.

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    I have an eberlestock X2 i really like it great day pack could be used on an overnighter. And then i just picked up the sitka bivy 45 havent used it yet but got it for about half off so figured i would try it.

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    Eberlestock blue widow.. Heavy but you don't mind it when you can pack enough in it to turn 4 trips into 3


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