Strap On The Straps

Every hunter knows that the back-up plan is their safest route against time. Leaving game like deer out in the elements following a kill means your planning and sacrifices are over. Scavengers have just carted off your trophy. What could you have done to prevent the disaster? Next time, pack the ratchet straps.Many commercially available sleds include straps and bungees for securing game before transport out of the field. In my experience, while the sleds themselves are typically durable and withstand the rigors of the animal weight, terrain and weather, the straps provided aren't much good following a few uses. That's why I use my own.While nobody wants to carry around lots of extra weight in the field, it's handy to keep a few 2" ratchet straps in your pocket when hunting deer. You never know when you need a little help up in the tree stand holding on to an extra set of gloves, small water bottle or anything else for that matter. Straps can be placed around a major tree branch ahead of time, when you hang your stand before the start of the season. Because many are available in camo print (or you can make your own with spray paint), they're hardly noticeable to the wildlife but still especially handy for you.When you make that important shot, the extra straps are perfect for securing the legs out of your way. Larger ones are perfect for tying the carcass to the sled bed. If you had to travel a half mile or so to get to your stand, you'll really appreciate the added security a strong strap will provide. They also serve as nice handles when you have to pull the trophy into your truck bed or onto the back of your ATV.To get more information click here vibratore rabbit or you can also click here lingeria

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