Bags Help Hunters Pack Out Game Meat: Brett French Radio Show Preview
By angelamontana

Posted: November 13, 2015

untitledIt’s no easy task hauling your game meat out of the backcountry. Backpacks and game carts can work, but you always have to return to the truck to get them. That’s one reason a design based on the old newspaper carrier bags is so cool. They fold up small, can always be carried in a pack or fanny bag, and are at the ready when you need them. Chris Peterson markets his family’s Pack Out Bag from Idaho that do just that. It’s a design that was also developed by noted Missoula archery hunter and bow maker Byron Schurg back in 1995. He sold his pack bag business to Bitterroot Valley Archery, which he said still carries the carriers. No matter where you buy them, having one handy could save quite a few steps on your next hunting outing when you get an animal down. For more information, check out my story online at The Billings Gazette’s website: http://bgz.tt/t0rsb
For more information, check out my story online at The Billings Gazette’s website: http://bgz.tt/t0rsb
(Written by Brett French – Outdoors Editor for the Billings Gazette)