We recently received a letter from Chuck Bostrom out of Lewistown, claiming that he has the cure for our game dragging woes. He has fashioned a simple contraption that will make the art of dragging your critter out of the hills easier.
According to Chuck’s letter
“In my own experience, I had the frustration of tearing up one’s appendages while trying to drag out a critter with a piece of rope…. I guess a broom handle would work well as a dowel and orange cord.
Chuck also adds
I also have another substance that works miraculously well – elk repellant. I’m not sure exactly what it is, but, it is infallible. I can clear a mountain of elk just by thinking about going there – remarkable stuff.
Thanks to Chuck for sharing with us something you can make at home that is perfect for your pack.
Chuck’s simple contraption
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