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    I would also go with the Kelty Cache. It worked excellent carrying a super heavy load that i couldnt even pick up on my own very comfortably.

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    Bull Pac.....

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    I also use a Barneys pack( feighter frame and Kevlar bag). Ive used it to haul moose and caribou and can say it is by far the best for hauling heavy loads. You would be hard pressed to find a guide in Alaska not using one. Its not cheap but is built to last a lifetime.

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    I've used the Alaskan Frame for years. Very adjustable and not heavy at all empty.

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    I like the Cabela's Alaskan Frame, because it is easy to strap my Badlands Superday and other gear to it, I can haul in a spike camp good
    for 5 days, and keep it under 45 pounds. Great frame for meat hauling, I've had mine for years.

    Best of Luck,
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    Eberlestock just one- Packs everything you need for a hunt, have fit whole deer in it and also an elk quarter and cape. Don't have to go back for pack just unzip it and start loading. A buddy got me onto mine and will never leave for a hunt or a hike without it now!

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    Cabela's Extreme Alaskan Outfitter Frame.... By far. Extremely light weight (for the quality), and you can put heavy loads on it. One thing to be aware of though, it is a little noisy on light loads. i use it as my day pack, just in case. That is one complaint. But when something is on the ground I am so thankful to have it. The last buck I shot I didn't have it, I used another high end pack with hot reviews but it was not an external frame and never again will I do that.

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    I should note... There is one pack that does have my attention. the Mystery Ranch Nicely pack. Anyone have or know someone that does have that? But again, non external pack... soooo....

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    The cabelas frames are very sturdy, light and will haul more than you can. Perfect for base camp pack but too awkward and noisy to hunt with. Horn Hunter's Full Curl system is a really good compromise.

 

 

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