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equipment transport #7939708 08/17/20 08:35 PM
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I was just curious to find out what everyone else is using to transport equipment. I walk in, usually by myself with all my gear and dog. Most of the walk is shallow, but there is about 400 yards that is waste deep, and I dont want the dog to have to swim the whole way. In the past I have been able to use a friends kayak, but this year that is not going to be an option.

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I would use a sled, dog will probably have to swim


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I was walk-in huner for 10 years and never used a sled or anything, and dog swam. Deeks on texas-rig, no prob in deep, they float just pull them.

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