Which game bag to get?

PNWGATOR

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Rathdrum, ID
TAG Bags for me.

Top quality and well made and backed by an honest, no BS owner who stands behind his products 100%.
 

RK4

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Louisiana
I have Argali, Black Ovis and Caribou. Argali is a cut above the other 2. I don’t have anything bad to say about the BO and Carbou as both are excellent bags. The Caribou and BO bags feel very similar, the argali bags are a different more breathable material. The Argali bags pack down smaller, and just have a better overall fit and finish.
 

Forest

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Richland MT
Not sure you can go wrong with any of the newer synthetic bags really. I caught the black ovis bags on camofire. They seem great for what I paid

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elkliver

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Dec 25, 2018
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Oregon
RAWHIDe Gear!!!!! small company but good folks and great gear. their bags are light weight and TOUGH!
 

Krieg Hetzen

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Nov 19, 2018
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Wasilla, Alaska
Another vote for TAG bags. Used the 24x60 for moose this year they were flawless. Got them all cleaned up and taking them to Afognak for my elk in a just a couple week. If you don’t mind weight the Grizzly cotton 30x50 has been a staple for us for years. Never an issue with those either. The Grizzly synthetic bags allowed flies through to some meat though. That’s a sample size of one so take that with a grain of salt.
 

Luckyrxc

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May 13, 2017
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I’ve used Caribou for the last 5 years and they’ve been great. They’ve held 3 elk and a half dozen or so deer. In August I was gathering my gear and was one bag short and figured I left it with one of my hunting partners last hunt, so I ordered a new set of Tags from Larry.
the set is nearly a pound lighter than the Caribou bags. I ditched the stuff sack and cord locks, and vacuum packed them. Makes for a compact and light package. That said, I carried the Tag bags extensively but haven’t gotten any blood on them. Maybe these bags are bad luck?
 

sotxks

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Oct 8, 2020
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I have no complaints on my Black Ovis bags. Bought them on Camofire a few years back. Tag Bags are also quality backs.
 

Brightwhite

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Feb 16, 2015
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Colorado
Argali have been great on two animals this year. I’ve used various kits of tag bags and caribou gear, I’d take the Argali over both.
 

Sled

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Jun 11, 2018
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Utah
my tag bags have been used on 18 animals in the last 5 years so far. they've held up great and are lighter weight than the other brands i've helped load. i've added a couple bags to the b.o.m.b. pack to give me options. i do have a black ovis quarter bag but don't plan on switching any time soon.
 
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