Gunnar Smith and Glen Sladek. BWCA Minnesota – 50 1/2" wide.



So what do you do now? I hope yer not alone. I guess somebody had to take the picture. So am I correct to think you have to hall out all the meat before the rack? 1954


In Minnesota there is no law that says the meat has to come out before the antlers. We quartered it and deboned the rest and we were able to get it all in the canoe along with our gear and made it out in one trip. We had to wait a day until the weather was right to take it out though. We didn’t have much freeboard left on the canoe (19′ freighter). We were 14 miles and 6 portages in. We made it out in a little over 13 hours of straight work.

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