Terrain Deer Drag (Olive Green, 5.4-Feet)

September 3, 2018 - Comment

The Deer Drag measures 65″ Length x 22″ Width x 5″ Depth and weighs 4lbs. It’s great for ice fishing, hunting, trapping and much more. It’s even large enough to handle both Mule and Whitetail Deer! Two Year Warranty. ***Important information when placing your order*** Please verify address and telephone# are accurate. The carriers will

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The Deer Drag measures 65″ Length x 22″ Width x 5″ Depth and weighs 4lbs. It’s great for ice fishing, hunting, trapping and much more. It’s even large enough to handle both Mule and Whitetail Deer! Two Year Warranty.

***Important information when placing your order***

Please verify address and telephone# are accurate. The carriers will contact the phone number on the order to set up a delivery appointment. If this information is inaccurate, there is a possibility that your order will be delayed or cancelled with a possible fee incurred at the sellers discretion.

Product Features

  • High impact polyethylene construction
  • Heavy duty tow rope
  • Large capacity
  • Heavy duty crosslink tie down rope included
  • Keeps game cleaner and makes it easier to haul gear into your stand
  • ***IMPORTANT – phone number is needed to schedule a delivery appointment***

Comments

Chris mapham says:

Great design and inexpensive. And versitile! I’ll start with what I liked the least, which is minor. The holes through which the cord if fed needed cleaning up. That said, I love this thing and it was cheap.I bought it to replace an inadequate kiddy toboggan for hauling wood. Indeed, I needed to limit the amount of wood so the dogs could pull it on dry land (see pic). It is stable, seems sturdy, is very long, and, as another consumer pointed out, the cord tightens on the load in transit.

Emily says:

All-purpose drag / sled – None stronger! Length:: 0:14 Mins This thing is amazing. Strongest construction I’ve seen in a drag. My son is over 200lbs, and I can pull him through the snow with ease. He even jumped the sled on a snow ramp, it held up with no issues. We both jumped in for a ride down a long, steep hill – that’s almost 430lbs in this sled at one time, we smacked the bottom of the hill hard and the sled held up with 0 issues, no deformation or warping – looks like it just came out of the box. This…

R. Custer says:

probably good for deer I am pretty sure I will love this for hauling deer out of the woods. I got it to haul logs up the mountain side. It was iffy for that. The sides would fold and it would roll over. You definitely want to wrap the ropes over what you are carrying. I am guessing the same problems I had with logs will occur with a deer. You don’t want to be using it across a slope. It is pretty slippery and will angle down the hill. However sliding is it’s purpose. It seems durable inspite of dragging over rocky…

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