We all know that the hunting is the easy part, once they are dead the real work starts. Yesterday we did some spot and stock work, today we are hauling out. Grab your pack and your boots and go to work.
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Meat in the Back Country is a real concern, especially during September. Here are a few tips from the pros on techniques to keep your meat ready for the table.
Larry Bartlett is a prolific author and wilderness guide based in Fairbanks, Alaska where he operates Pristine Ventures. He has written the perennially popular “Float Hunting in Alaska” and other books and articles. He has even developed a specialty line of inflatable canoes and has a new video out for 2013. He was also an early proponent of the use of citric acid and is the founder of the T.A.G. game bag and most recently has released a new line of game bags specifically for the elk hunter called the B.O.M. bags. (Boned out meat bags)
Any job starts with the proper tools…Here is an article on what you’ll need for any big game job.Save to your favorites