Make a pack frame

Discussion in 'Elk Hunting' started by bjhibell, Jul 15, 2009.

  1. bjhibell

    bjhibell Fawn

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    I am planning on harvesting an elk this fall and would like to know if anyone has any suggestion for a home made pack frame or the best place to buy one.:confused:
     
  2. tex

    tex 8 pointer

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    http://www.bullpacs.com/

    Saw one being used in Colorado one year by a long-time elk hunter. He said it was the best he had ever used, and that he wouldn't use any other. I have thought about getting one myself. Until then, I will use

    my Coleman like this http://www.coleman.com/coleman/ColemanCom/subcategory.asp?CategoryID=25520

    I have hauled several deer for several miles, and while the Coleman isn't perfect it does work. Also my friend uses an Alaskan from Cabelas. He likes it for heavy loads. 80+ pounds or so. My other buddy used a North Face to haul a ridiculous amount of weight, I mean ridiculous, just to do it. But it worked.
     
  3. Hiker

    Hiker 6 pointer

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    Some other frames you might want to consider is Cabelas Alaskan Frame only. If you are looking for a backpack that can pack out meat too, this is the best I have found. http://eberlestock.com/hunting.htm
     
  4. 1wildcatfan

    1wildcatfan 12 pointer

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    both the Bullpak and the pack frame from Barney's Sports Chalet www.barneyssports.com/ in Alaska are awesome
     
  5. itallushrt

    itallushrt Banned

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    Getting a blumpkin
    www.camofire.com has the Black Creek Jim Shockey frame pack today. Lists for 399.99 and gets very positive reviews everywhere.

    They have it for 182.00 + shipping.
     

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