Meat Baggies

Brandon Pattison

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Someone please fill in the blanks for a boned out...

Mule Deer - 2
Elk - 4
Moose - 7
Sheep -
Mountain Goat -
Pronghorn -
Sasquatch -
Godzilla -
 

RosinBag

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FM, the Kifaru Meat Baggies, are fairly roomy. With two, I can get all but the largest of deer in them, boned out. I have a two of the quarter size meat baggies also, which if you use for boned out meat, one will take everything in one except elk. I prefer the smaller meat baggie size as it gives the boned out meat more structure. With the exception of moose and elk, everything else will probably be two.
 

justin davis

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I carry two meat baggies and two quarter baggies. They are soo light its easy to carry them. I also have some tag bags that I take. I would say two meat baggies for 1 mule deer. 5 for an elk.

I usually use the tag bags as the game bags. but use the kifaru meat baggies for packing boned out meat as it doesn't ball up.
 

dotman

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I'll be hopefully be using the hanging meat bag and caribou bags this year :)
 
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