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Getting the bear out
ADKBEAR wrote:
1-Rent a helicopter
2-Get a bunch of big strong friends to help drag or carry it out.
3-Skin and 1/4, then pack it out.

Should have left a trail of bread crumbs out to the road for him to follow before you shot him(her) Laugh

Anyways congrats on a bear kill, looks like I might be bearless up here in NY this year. So get some photos out for us unlucky ones.

ADKBEAR, No bear yet but I feel pretty confident that within the next month I will be looking at a dead bear in the woods that is really far from the road, not sure that it will be my bear but I do figure that whoever owns the bear will need my help getting it out and thats OK Thumbs up

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sawbill wrote:
What about a plastic sleigh? Works OK around here but only if the ground is fairly level. Other than that, happy dragging.

I bought one of those a few years back. I never got a chance to use it and I don't know where it is now.
It was similar to this but the plastic would come all the way around on a small bear and it came with a rope that you would use to thread through the gromits that were located every 6 inches all the way around the sled. you could basicly wrap the whole bear in plastic. It also had a rope with a handle like one you would use to water ski with. and another handle in the back for guy to grab on there too.

http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/templates/links/link.jsp?id=0035361227...

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Re: Getting the bear out
hunter777 wrote:
Any sugestions on getting a 3-400 pound bear out of the woods if you are back in several miles?

Hey Steve, your lucky I work out, we'll just throw him on my back.....haha.... Big smile .....I'm confident we will be faced with this very soon and look forward to making it happen! Thumbs up

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OK! Thumbs up

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i don't care how much ya work out you'll have a really hard time carryin anyting out of these mountains

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tnhoundsman wrote:
i don't care how much ya work out you'll have a really hard time carryin anyting out of these mountains

Sounds Good Thumbs up

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no ya dont understand what i mean these mountains aren't user friendly

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tnhoundsman wrote:
no ya dont understand what i mean these mountains aren't user friendly

Oh I know, I learned all my turkey hunting in those mountains. I'm bit of a fitness freak and love the challenges. I know it won't be easy, but sounds exciting! Thumbs up

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tnhoundsman wrote:
i don't care how much ya work out you'll have a really hard time carryin anyting out of these mountains

Thats why I said OK Thumbs up .................... Laugh

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I'm just pulling your guys legs. Big smile

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