Have you noticed that game animals are getting heavier? I have, and can’t quite figure it out. They look the same size. It’s not like they are growing bigger. Yet dragging a deer out of the woods these days is a tough haul. This is why all hunters need friends, preferably a couple of them, to help lighten the load. That way, dragging is not such a drag.
Read more about my recent revelations on hauling downed deer at MontanaUntamed.com http://montanauntamed.com/hunting/article_6ed51074-7931-50de-ac3e-f126ddd3acab.html?utm_content=buffer5565e&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=LEEDCC
KILLIN GRILLIN #5
By Montana Grant
IN MEMORIAM !!!
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By Moosetrack Megan
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Summer Hunter Ed, Bow Ed Classes Scheduled in Region 7
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GET A PAIR !!!
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