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20 reviews | 4.4 out of 5
Worked great for our first deer of 2012 season dragging from south Georgia swamp. Plan to drag with 4 wheeler when we can get a four wheeler to the deer's location. Made one modification on sled. Cut hole in center at front to tie a drag rope directly to deer and not pull ON sled itself. Put a plywood "sandwich" around the pull hole for more strength.
I am a 60 something female hunter who purchased the sled for hauling bait and deer.
My father-inlaw received one of these as a gift 9 years ago and it has been used to drag over 20 deers out of the woods. It pulls easy on any surface and keeps the deer from dragging on the ground. We never leave home without it during deer season. This will really help protect the hide of that big buck you want to mount.
I got this to haul firewood to the house. I rerouted the lines so they ran along the sides and that gave me plenty of rope to grip while keeping the lines away from the wood. The sides aren't too high, but when I load it up it's as much weight as I can handle. Works for me!
Just a regular plastic sled, priced a little high because of its title. It is a little longer so should handle a deer fine. I will be using it to pull over rough terrain not snow, who should be so lucky, so I will be re-enforcing the the front pull holes so the rope dosen't pull thru at a critical time. Anyone who has dragged a deer over any distance should consider the advantage of this unit
We live off-the-grid and bought this deer drag to haul game, feed bags, and hay. The only thing good about it is the arrangement of tie-downs, which are effective; however, the sled cracked after 2 months and only 6 times of using it and now has a 1/2 inch chunk out of it. This is over snow pack with MUCH lighter loads (50-80 lbs) than it advertised and being stored in our shed in between uses. I'd hate to think what it would have done over dirt/rocks. Might last if you use it only once per year for light game over snow - maybe.
Worked great pulling gear into the woods & pulling gear out & deer..
Use this this morning to haul out a 10pt about a 150yds out of the woods. Worked good.
I use the sled to drag heavy plants out of the woods when I am participating in a plant rescue. It is easy to load and tie down the various bags and buckets. The rope/handle is adequate, but it may require some padding if dragging for a long distance.
SLED worked great,pulled out deer with no problems. easy to load deer into ,ropes helped hold deer in sled. will buy again. great product.
A good chore sled.
I bought this sled to haul horse manure from two stalls out to the pasture, because it is impossible to push the wheelbarrow through all the snow we've had. It is a good size, very light, and holds just about the same amount as the wheelbarrow. Works perfectly, slides easily over the snow when loaded, and I'm hoping will work as well in mud season. I am also using it to haul feed and hay down to the barn during the snow and mud seasons. Just got it a few days ago and have only used it a couple times, but so far it's exactly what I was looking for. Maybe a little overpriced at $35, but worth it to me.
I bought this this sled to haul feed out to my horses during the snowy winter days. This will do the trick, and it should last a lot longer than the child's snow sled that I go through every year.
Sturdy...only wish one addition...A way to further secure load on sled...tension on pull rope not always enough.
I was expecting something more heavy duty for the utility use this is made for but it seems as thin and flimsy as all other sleds of this type. It is long enough to do the job and I like the versatility of the ropes as I untied the knots and moved them forward allowing a long loop to tow it with. I am still waiting for snow to try it out and I hope it holds up for at least two seasons.