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#5901124 - 08/28/15 02:49 PM Walk-in help
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The spot I plan to hunt for waterfowl this coming year is about a mile walk over uneven terrain. I recently herniated a disk in my back and I'm wondering if anyone has any ideas how I can drag decoys, my gun, shells, etc. to my spot? I usually carry all that stuff in bags on my back/shoulders but I just don't think it's in my best interest to do that anymore w/ this injury. I've thought about sleds, wagons, or luggage trolleys and I'm hoping to get the forum's opinion who might have the same need/experience.

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#5901557 - 08/28/15 07:01 PM Re: Walk-in help [Re: Noojen]
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Invite someone to hunt with you. The cost is being the pack mule.
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#5901590 - 08/28/15 07:13 PM Re: Walk-in help [Re: Noojen]
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A sled should help
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#5901597 - 08/28/15 07:15 PM Re: Walk-in help [Re: Noojen]
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Or one of those carts you see at Academy

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#5901606 - 08/28/15 07:22 PM Re: Walk-in help [Re: Stompy]
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Doz Texas rig G&H deeks, let the sand out of the keel, 1oz weights or even less, $5.99 dove stool at academy, cut the pouch off, hide in cover. This will weight nothing.

I have had a bad back for 20 years. One mile walk-ins I'll take 18 deeks, Mojo, stool, small back pack with coffee and jerk string, shells... But on uneven terrain I would not take this much gear, cut the deeks back to 1 doz.... And, the cabela's jeanwaders makes them long walks much easier..

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#5901636 - 08/28/15 07:37 PM Re: Walk-in help [Re: Noojen]
1 Year Wonder Offline
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Dude, I cant think of a worse situation for someone with a herniated disc than walking in on a death march carrying all your crap.

Either get some young cokkstrong man to carry all yo trash, or get a boat.
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#5901738 - 08/28/15 08:47 PM Re: Walk-in help [Re: Noojen]
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Boat.
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