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    Quote Originally Posted by hardstalk View Post
    Tag bags released a line of game bags just for a boned out elk. I was lucky enough to receive a set free and there a sweet package. Its called the b.o.m.b bag. Boned out meat bag. Reusable lightweight and super tough. I think there is 5 bags total of assorted sizes in the pack.
    This looks great. We have only been boning for the last couple years. We have been packing with the big cotton bags, and it is defenitely time for a change. Seeing what the package is for the BOMB pack, I may just shed 2 of the alaskan bags for this year. When they wear out, I will be looking at these. Thanks for sharing!!

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    The Remington bags you can get at walmart work well. They are cheap and they are strong enough to withstand several washings. They will pay for themselves in a short time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiMtnHnter View Post
    The Remington bags you can get at walmart work well. They are cheap and they are strong enough to withstand several washings. They will pay for themselves in a short time.
    Do they use cash, or a card?

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    They can also be used for toiletries, fish nets, bank robber hood, prison escape rope, etc. Just a few of the many services these fine bags can provide.

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    I bought 2 sets this year. Alaska Game Bags and HS Game Bags. I used the HS on my first hunt because of the light weight. they held up just fine and I would use them again.
    I Love the smell of Elk in the mornin
    The arrow is everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Hunter View Post
    Do they use cash, or a card?
    By the time I've had three species of game in the same bag I can't remember if it was $7 cash or charge.

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    B.O.M.B. Bags. Lightweight, totally breathable, not bulky, and reusable.

 

 

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